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The Critical Nature of Your Online Reputation

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(Featured in the National Association of Legal Professionals publication, "The Docket Magazine.") Internet reviews and rating sites have empowered consumers with the final say in how successful a professional can expect to be, regardless of their actual professional acumen. This is why managing your online presence is so vital to a firm’s ability to attract and retain clients. Accessibility ...
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Physicians Gain from DLS Partnership with Eagle Associates, Inc.

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Leveraging the strengths of both companies private practices find an easy solution to compliance woes DLS Internet Services (DLS) announces a partnership agreement with Eagle Associates, Inc. (Eagle), a compliance consulting firm specializing in OSHA, HIPPA and OIG compliance for private practices physicians. The partnership will allow DLS to continue to provide unified communications and ne...
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Clinicians and the Personalized Economy

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Get more clinical care work accomplished without expanding your workforce while streamlining processes and redirecting clinician time to high-value tasks.  Do what works and get ahead of the new Personalized Economy. History Reimagined for the 21st Century We're in much the same position now that Henry Ford discovered when he started out.  He stood at the confluence of three requirements: de...
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For Whom the Fraud Tolls

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Telephone fraud has been going on for a long time. It became prevalent in the 1960s, when DTMF (Dual-Tone Multiple Frequency) dialing was being introduced to replace pulse dialing from then-current rotary phones. Crafty individuals educated themselves and fabricated handheld red, black, and blue boxes that could generate the necessary tones to alter the target phone system's behavior. Soon ...
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The Right Technology Can Help Independent Physicians Thrive Under ACA

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Nearly half of all independent physicians participating in the 2015 Independent Physician Outlook Survey stated that they're likely to sell their practices to a large health care provider and exit the industry within the next decade. The ACA (Affordable Care Act), also known as “Obamacare” has created a highly uncertain future for independent physicians across the nation. This highly autonomous gr...
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Embracing Freedom Because of Virtualization in the Private Practice

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No one begins their private practice with the hope of being mired in administration. Yet, more than ever, practitioners are suffering through regulatory challenges and added costs associated with compliance. Electronic health records or electronic medical records (EHR/EMR) rules intended to facilitate the electronic exchange of health information seem to represents a major hurdle for many private ...
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The Cloud is Changing Everything for Healthcare Data Management

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Major changes are occurring in the U.S. healthcare industry, thanks to the Affordable Care Act (ACA). As part of the law, adoption of electronic medical records was intended to facilitate improvements in the care of patients, yet many providers are lagging behind or rushing to the wrong judgement. Enablement of the electronic records represents a major change for an industry that has been h...
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Follow the Crowd to the Cloud at Your Own Risk

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Virtually everyone with a pulse on technology has heard the hype about “moving to the cloud”. Most people just assume that it’s the obvious thing to do in a world where they are virtually always online. I jumped on the bandwagon myself recently, checking out the latest version of Microsoft Office in the cloud, known as Office365. I must admit it, it seems slick as it seamlessly integrates with One...
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