Train your staff to comply with security, safety measures
Security may not be the top priority on your practice's implementation list, but it certainly is essential. It reduces liability, protects a practice's reputation, and guards other areas that could put your small, large, or private practice out of production. The first step is to identify where staff members in your practice are needed to effectively monitor policy and procedure compliance requirements. The second is to enforce privacy and security regulations, conduct yearly audits and risk assessments, and develop a staff plan that will be enforced consistently.
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