What Does Your Practice's Disaster Recovery Plan Look Like?
Your number one priority is providing the best possible care to your patients. It's why you chose to go into a medical field, and why you opened your practice. You're passionate about the work you do, and your patients trust you with their well being.
A big part of your ability to live up to the expectations of your patients, and meet the standards set by your field's governing bodies, is your technology. You rely on your IT infrastructure for everything from managing your appointment calendar and keeping track of supplies, to accessing and updating patient charts.
If any one part of your infrastructure malfunctions or fails, your entire practice can quickly be thrown into chaos. A bad day is when your internet goes down, or the printer dies. But when a server crashes, or your network comes down with a malware infection? That's not a bad day. That's a disaster.