Paper versus Digital Record Keeping: What’s Best for Dental Practices?
Recently, CDA Oasis received a question from a reader about just this dilemma. They wanted to know:
What is the difference between paper and digital dental records and what are the risks that dentists face when using digital dental records? Further, what solutions can dentists implement to prevent the loss or hacking of files?
In this edition, frequent Oasis contributor and cyber security expert, Anne Genge is here to help answer this question. While Anne typically joins us to talk about cyber security, emerging technology, and limiting cyber risks in dental practices, today, she lends her expertise to educate our viewers about paper versus digital records debate.
About Anne Genge
Anne is the Co-founder and CEO of Alexio, a hi-tech company offering unique automated solutions to defend the security of computer systems for healthcare practices. She is also a Certified Information Privacy Professional with a specialization in dentistry and holds certifications for HIPAA Security and PCI Compliance. At Alexio, Anne and her team work with dental and medical professionals to minimize data risk and maximize patient care.
In this OASIS conversation, Anne reviews presentation slides to talk about:
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