Too many IT departments get bogged down in doing manual work that could be automated. The root cause? Given the workload, the IT team simply can’t get ahead of the game. The time is never there to.
During this time of COVID-19, self-isolation and social distancing, businesses and communities across the nation and the globe are dealing with a lot of turbulence. More and more organizations are.
In response to current events, your business may be faced with the challenge of quickly putting a work-from-home program in place for your employees.
Ownership changes are a fact of life in senior care. When a nursing home or LTPAC facility changes hands, you’re often faced with the challenge of migrating the electronic health record (EHR).
It’s a common adage in cybersecurity: humans are the weakest link in your defenses.
Let’s face it: You probably rely on your IT services provider a lot. And if there’s a substantial amount of knowledge locked up with your provider, it feels easier to stay the course — even if you.
National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, observed each October, promotes heightened awareness of the importance of computer security issues. This year’s theme is “Own IT. Secure IT. Protect IT.”
As the baby boom generation enters the Senior Care market, skilled nursing, assisted living and other facilities that serve to the senior population face a new challenge.