The healthcare industry and technology are a pair made in heaven. Technology is the backbone of any business, but when it comes to healthcare, it has a greater role to play. You have client information you need to keep safe, office equipment that needs to stay online, and a website that needs to be maintained.
If I am looking for a new doctor or dentist, I usually ask my friends for suggestions. It’s rare for me to go out and actively look for one. If a trusted friend tells me that they love a certain doctor or dentist, I tend to go with their advice. A lot of new patients
Technology has come a long way for medicine. It brings new ways of exploring the human body with 3D models and powerful images. Dentists have limited space to work with and rely on applications to help their patients. Applications make it easier for patients to get faster results. Improving the customer experience is the top priority
Apps are Worthy Investments for Your Practice These apps aren’t all free, but the cost is next to none compared to the value they will bring your doctor’s office. They not only save you immense amounts of time and energy (once you get the hang of them, of course), but will also enhance your office.
It’s National Cyber Security Awareness Month, and ITC wants to help your business by providing useful safety tips and tricks. Last week, we discussed why hackers love attacking small businesses. This week, we’re focused on healthcare and the importance of keeping patient data secure. If you run a healthcare office, you understand the importance of keeping patient information
Let’s get one thing straight. The world of business is a stressful one. There always seems like there is too much to get done, and there never seems to be enough time. While it is fine to feel stressed out from time to time, sometimes stress takes over your life. Stress can cause many health
With Server 2003 coming to an end, many business owners and managers are wondering if now is a prime opportunity to consider a hosted cloud server. We’ve spoken with many of our clients affected by the end-of-life of Windows Server 2003 and the response is is fairly positive. Most of our clients welcome the idea