The recent closure of a relatively small-sized medical practice in Michigan as the result of a ransomware attack highlighted what has become a growing problem in the industry with regard to malware and data protection.
Several health care facilities across the country were alleged to have violated patient privacy laws after medical files that included patients’ personal information were found in dumpsters throughout the year.
When it comes to the storage of records, small businesses need to consider both the amount of security they require and the associated costs. With the availability of a variety of cloud-based storage services, businesses can choose the most cost-effective options suited to their needs.
A county in Missouri has decided to take a proactive approach to the preservation of its physical records dating back more than 150 years to preempt their aging process and ensure that the best-quality copies possible are preserved for years to come.
In both the public and private sectors, certain health care services in the U.S. today are falling behind when it comes to the ready digital access of patient records and relevant documents.
It has been just over two months since the White House outlined in a memo the steps federal agencies must take ahead of the December 31, 2022 deadline by which they need to have the ability to manage all of their permanent records digitally.
No matter what industry you work in, constructive feedback is a vital part of your employees’ personal and professional development.
When it comes to electronic recordkeeping, law firms are moving toward cloud-based document management systems to better manage their case records.
Keeping pace with student applications can be a real challenge without the right document management solutions, as there’s no telling when something may be lost in transit.
While the adoption of electronic document management systems has been a net positive for most health care organizations, it also comes with a few notable risks.