Monthly Archives: February 2015

Stop! Think. Delete.

The hackers are getting more and more creative.  That means you have to really pay attention.  It only takes a split second to allow a hacker access to your computer.  One of worst things that’s started happening is known as … Continue reading

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Security – or lack thereof

I’m not a techie. In fact, I’m the exact opposite of a techie — I’m the person who hands my laptop over to a techie friend and says “here – can you figure out why my screen is flickering?” It’s … Continue reading

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Interoperability in healthcare — finally … and how do you get the players to cooperate?

The federal health information technology coordinator recently released a report on how to improve interoperability in electronic health-record systems. The report, “Connecting Health and Care for the Nation, A Shared Nationwide Interoperability Roadmap” calls for most providers to have the … Continue reading

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Audit your employees

Are you auditing your own employees? I know that I have written about this issue in the past, but it is something we all need to really be aware of and have a plan in place that we can carry … Continue reading

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