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Top 10 Dental Breaches

Over 250,000 patients were affected by HIPAA breaches in dental practices between 2010 and 2015.

HIPAA Compliance & Communication with Patients or Colleagues: How to Avoid Violations and Improve Your Practice

Traditional email services (Gmail, Hotmail, AOL etc…) and file sharing services such as Dropbox are not secure, compliant or appropriate for communicating patient information to colleagues or patients themselves. In this webinar join Brightsquid CEO Rohit Joshi (LL.B) as he discusses the challenges of communicating in a manner that is both compliant with HIPAA regulations while still maintaining the convenience and ease modern practices require.

HIPAA Breach! It Happened to Our Dental Practice

During this webinar Angela Donovan, Dr. Lorne Lavine and Mr. Rohit Joshi, LL.B will answer your questions about HIPAA compliance and provide solutions to secure your Dental Practice.

Your Patients Care About HIPAA Compliance in Your Dental Practice

During this webinar Dr. Lorne Lavine and Mr. Rohit Joshi, LL.B will answer your questions about HIPAA compliance and provide solutions for the secure services your patients are looking for.

3 Reasons Why You Should Never Use E-mail to Communicate with Patients or Colleagues

There are three important reasons why you should NOT use e-mail (Gmail, Hotmail, Outlook, etc.) or file sharing site such as Dropbox when communicating with your patients or colleagues. Your commitment to protecting patient privacy goes beyond HIPAA laws and includes important ways to safeguard and differentiate your dental practice.

Send HIPAA Compliant Emails from Your Practice Management Software

It has never been easier to send HIPAA compliant messages. Join the webinar on February 25, 2014 to learn how to use your Practice Management Software to securely communicate with your patients, dentists, specialists and labs. During the webinar, Dr. Lorne Lavine and Mr. Rohit Joshi, LL.B will provide the HIPAA compliant tools and guidance you need for your dental practice.

4 HIPAA Violations that Occur When Dentists Communicate with Their Patients

Every day you could be exposing Protected Health Information (PHI), and placing your practice at risk for HIPAA fines and audits. Learn how to safeguard your dental practice against 4 common HIPAA violations that can occur when dentists communicate with their patients. Join Dr. Lorne Lavine and Mr. Rohit Joshi, LL.B. as they discuss how to engage with your patients while being HIPAA compliant.

Your Top 10 Questions on HIPAA Compliance in Your Dental Practice: Ask the Experts Special

There are ten common questions that HIPAA experts, Dr. Lorne Lavine and Mr. Rohit Joshi LL.B, hear when they are visiting dental practices, hosting webinars and speaking at a live events. During the webinar on December 17, 2013 the experts will take your questions on HIPAA compliance and provide clear answers to the top ten questions they receive from dental practices.

Missed the Omnibus? - Your Practical Guide to the New HIPAA Rules

As of September 23, 2013 your dental practice is expected to be in compliance with the HIPAA Omnibus Rules. These recent changes will affect the way you run your business. During the webinar Dr. Lavine and Rohit Joshi LL.B. will discuss how to protect your practice and maintain compliance. During the webinar you will receive a guide with the steps that your practice can take to meet the new HIPAA Omnibus Rules.

5 Things You Do Every Day That Are NOT HIPAA Compliant

Every day your dental practice performs routine tasks that are in conflict with dentist-patient confidentiality rules. Finding solutions to these common tasks is not difficult, but you need to be aware of them. Learn how to safeguard your dental practice against 5 common HIPAA violations. Join Dr. Lorne Lavine and Mr. Rohit Joshi, LL.B. as they discuss these common tasks and provide easy to implement solutions for each of them.

Your First 3 Steps to Get Your Dental Practice HIPAA Compliant

HIPAA legislation provides specific guidelines to protect patient privacy in your dental practice. We understand that the HIPAA/PIPEDA requirements can feel a little overwhelming at times. We have focused the webinar on practical solutions to help you get started. Please join Dr. Lorne Lavine and Mr. Rohit Joshi, LL.B. as they break down the regulations and provide the first 3 steps to follow to become HIPAA /PIPEDA compliant in your dental practice.

10 Burning Questions About HIPAA Compliance & Your Dental Practice

Your practice requires a secure and compliant way to communicate private patient information. HIPAA compliance has been a hot topic in the dental industry, but there still is confusion on what that means for your dental practice. During the webinar, Dr. Lavine and Mr. Rohit Joshi will provide some background of HIPAA laws and give solutions about how to lower your risk and get compliant.

5 Steps to Improve Your Next Dental Restoration

Join Dr. Lorne Lavine and special guests Mr. Ulf Broda RDT, CDT and Mr. Rohit Joshi, LL.B. as they discuss "5 Steps to Improve Your Next Dental Restoration". The way you collaborate with your dental lab will impact the quality and production time for your patient's case. Learn effective communication techniques to ensure consistent high quality restorations.

6 Critical Steps for Efficient DIGITAL DESIGN & Workflow

Do you want to speed up your digital production, while maintaining efficiency? With 6 simple, but critical steps you can quickly increase your production and minimize time spent redesigning. During the webinar Mark Ferguson, Dan Allemeier and Mark Eyre will walk through these proven steps and answer any questions and help make your Lab instantly more profitable.

Expert Panel Webinar: What Every Dentist Should Know About the Cloud

In this unique webinar, a panel of cloud experts will openly discuss the advantages and benefits of the cloud and what pitfalls to avoid. There may be some minor disagreements among the experts, but they'll all readily agree the cloud is today's standard platform.