Does your healthcare office have a cloud strategy? If not, it’s time to think about it. In 2018, it has become more and more apparent that cloud-based storage is the best solution for healthcare providers. Harness the latest technologies to improve productivity and efficiency. But how do you get started? First, partner with National Physicians Services. Unlike most IT providers, National Physician Services is a healthcare IT services company formed by physicians who set out
Rocky Hill, CT – May 8th, 2018 – We are proud to announce that National Physician Services received the esteemed certification to become HITRUST Certified. Health Information Trust Alliance, or HITRUST, is a privately held company located in the United States that, in collaboration with healthcare, technology and information security leaders, has established a Common Security Framework (CSF) that can be used by all organizations that create, access, store or exchange sensitive and/or regulated data.
Can you name your office’s top three efficiency challenges? If you are like most practices, there’s a good chance that faxing workflows are on your list. Healthcare professionals like you know that your offices still run on fax machines. But there are better ways to use fax technology. SmartOffice MD offers a comprehensive e-faxing automation tool that you can use without leaving your desk. Your patients demand more than competent healthcare. They expect compassion, support
National Physician Services is attending the Medical Group Management Association New England Regional Conference. This event is being hosted in Cape Neddick, Maine from May 2nd - 4th, 2018. Visit us at booth 33 to learn about all of our solutions that will enhance your practice performance.
Researchers revealed last week there is a design flaw within most computer processing units (CPUs) that can be exploited (but there’s no indication anyone actually has…yet) by nefarious parties. The first vulnerability is called MELTDOWN affecting most Intel  and some ARM processors by “melting” security boundaries between applications and operating systems (e.g., Microsoft Windows, Apple OSX and iOS Linux, etc.); SPECTRE is a second concern that affects AMD, Intel, Qualcomm, and ARM processors by breaking