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How EHR Downtime Solutions Reduce the Impact of Hospital Malware Attacks

Healthcare cyberattacks have increased in recent years, with hospitals targeted for their valuable patient data and personal information worldwide. According to recent statistics, healthcare organizations have suffered an average of 1.463 cyberattacks per week in 2022 alone, which represents an alarming increase of 74% from 2021. In particular, Hospital Malware...

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News: Ransomware Attack Forces Connecticut Hospital System to Revert to Paper

The healthcare industry has been the target of several Ransomware attacks in recent years, with the Northeastern region of the United States being particularly hard hit. Recently, several hospitals and medical facilities owned by Prospect Medical Holdings in multiple states, including Connecticut, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Southern California,...

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Department Spotlight: A Day in the Life of dbtech’s Support Team

dbtech believes that our customers' success is our success. This is why our Support Team is dedicated to providing expert support services to help our customers make the most of our products. In this blog, we will shed some light on our Support Team's daily responsibilities, highlight our differentiators, discuss...

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Allocate Budget for Your Hospital’s Downtime Solution in 2024

In the healthcare industry, downtime can lead to significant losses in terms of patient care and financial impact. For this reason, an Electronic Health Record (EHR) downtime solution and electronic forms solution are crucial components that healthcare institutions need to consider when allocating their budget next. The Cost of EHR...

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EHR Downtime Policy & Procedures: Why Hospital IT Departments Need a Downtime Solution

Electronic health records (EHR) have revolutionized the healthcare industry, providing healthcare professionals quicker and easier access to patient data. However, with all technological advances come technological risks – what happens when the EHR system goes down? Many hospitals still use manual paper-based procedures when their EHR system experiences downtime. These...

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4 Digital Healthcare Tools That Enhance Data Accessibility and Accuracy

Many healthcare organizations are turning to digital healthcare tools like workflow automation and document management systems to better manage data visibility, accuracy, and accessibility. In doing so, healthcare organizations can improve overall operations while ensuring all pertinent data is secure and easily accessible. This post will explore the four tools...

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What Hospital Upper Management Needs to Know About EHR Downtime Solutions

Hospital upper management is constantly under pressure to improve efficiency and reduce costs. However, when EHR downtime occurs, the entire organization can come to a grinding halt, resulting in operational disruptions that can profoundly impact patient care and overall financial costs. EHR downtime can rapidly lead to substantial monetary losses...

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Downtime Procedures vs. Downtime Solutions: How Do They Differ?

As the healthcare industry continues to grow and evolve, it is vital to be aware of the risks associated with Electronic Health Record (EHR) systems. Downtime procedures and downtime solutions are essential for planned or unplanned downtime, but how do you know which solution is best for your organization? This...

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Downtime Two Ways: Solutions for System & Network Outages

In today's fast-paced healthcare industry, EHR and network downtime can be a frustrating but inevitable reality. These disruptions lead to financial losses and, more importantly, can significantly impact patient care. Therefore, healthcare organizations must have comprehensive downtime solutions that can easily accommodate planned or unplanned downtime, regardless of its level...

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From Downtime to Uptime: Understanding EHR Recovery Solutions

When an Electronic Health Record (EHR) system experiences downtime, it often leaves hospitals scrambling to find viable recovery solutions. Working with paper records while your EHR system is offline can be an inefficient and unworkable solution, making swift recovery essential. Nonetheless, creating and executing a successful EHR disaster recovery plan...

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