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What do you like most about our services?

Communication.  On-site, e-mail, and telephone updates.  The online service portal further helps facilitate the communications process.

Tell us about a specific experience with us that you were happy with.

Friendly, personal service.  Midnight, middle of the week, I'm attending to a server error and Dave and Dianne show up because they "were just down the street."

What are the biggest benefits you've received or experience since hiring us?

1. Technical advisement.  Staff is able to communicate with me at "my" level.

2. Weekly support, updates, and "TLC" (our machines and me!).

Fire Chief Jim Haner
Sun City Fire District
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The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services Office for Civil Rights has fined two healthcare organizations for potential HIPAA violations resulting from unencrypted stolen laptops. The healthcare organizations received combined fines of nearly $2 million. That’s a fairly huge fine! The OCR is attempting to showcase the importance of mobile device security, however, many…

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The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services Office for Civil Rights has fined two healthcare organizations for potential HIPAA violations resulting from unencrypted stolen laptops. The healthcare organizations received combined fines of nearly $2 million. That’s a fairly huge fine! The OCR is attempting to showcase the importance of mobile device security, however, many…

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The HIPAA Security Rule was enacted in 1996 by the U.S. Congress, designed to establish national standards to protect individuals’ electronic personal health information used and/or stored by a covered entity. The HITECH act states that all healthcare providers will be offered financial incentives for establishing meaningful use of electronic health records. While HIPAA and…

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The HIPAA Security Rule was enacted in 1996 by the U.S. Congress, designed to establish national standards to protect individuals’ electronic personal health information used and/or stored by a covered entity. The HITECH act states that all healthcare providers will be offered financial incentives for establishing meaningful use of electronic health records. While HIPAA and…

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Healthcare providers are increasingly adopting the use of electronic health records (EHRs); however, many of them fail to explain to their patients how they work. It’s crucial for healthcare providers and hospital staff to help patients understand how EHRs work, and how they provide the access to information and security that your patients are looking…

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Healthcare providers are increasingly adopting the use of electronic health records (EHRs); however, many of them fail to explain to their patients how they work. It’s crucial for healthcare providers and hospital staff to help patients understand how EHRs work, and how they provide the access to information and security that your patients are looking…

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In theory, the U.S. federal government’s Health Insurance website was designed to make things simpler for residents looking to buy health insurance. However, just 14 days after the launch of www.healthcare.gov, the online initiative was a huge disaster. The troublesome rollout of the U.S. healthcare exchange is a perfect example of outsourced IT gone awry….

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In theory, the U.S. federal government’s Health Insurance website was designed to make things simpler for residents looking to buy health insurance. However, just 14 days after the launch of www.healthcare.gov, the online initiative was a huge disaster. The troublesome rollout of the U.S. healthcare exchange is a perfect example of outsourced IT gone awry….

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As the BYOD (bring your own device) trend increases in the workplace, hospitals are finding it necessary to focus more on mobile security. Mobile computer devices and BYOD policies allow healthcare professionals to work from their own personal devices from wherever they are, increasing productivity and team collaboration capabilities.   However, along with the benefits of…

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As the BYOD (bring your own device) trend increases in the workplace, hospitals are finding it necessary to focus more on mobile security. Mobile computer devices and BYOD policies allow healthcare professionals to work from their own personal devices from wherever they are, increasing productivity and team collaboration capabilities.   However, along with the benefits of…

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