$1.7 million for a lost hard drive • $3.5 million for stolen laptops • $1.2 million for a copier • $400,000 for a failed firewall • $150,000 for a lost thumb drive
Navigating through and complying with health laws can be a struggle. IT related health laws and regulations are even more challenging because of their technical nature. SOS Support offers unparalleled IT service to enable medical offices to be compliant with all stages of the Meaningful Use Regulations. SOS Support offers 10 years of HIPAA experience to the Salt Lake Valley and surrounding areas.
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After the initial portion of our visit, we take our research and assessment, compile the data, and prepare a detailed document outlining the current status of the medical office’s IT health. We provide a detailed report outlining the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats.
Providers must demonstrate that they are using their EHR technology meaningfully through a checklist of measurement thresholds. SOS Support specializes in helping medical providers meet these measurement thresholds.
Financial incentives are offered to practices that comply with Medicare and Medicaid EHR Incentive Programs. The dollar amount for these incentives are $44,000 from the Medicare Program and $63,750 for the Medicaid Program.
Eligible professionals, eligible hospitals, and critical access hospitals (CAHs).
Site Diagram Network Assessment
Once you sign up for Netword Detective and run a scan, you’ll have the option to generate a site diagram which breaks down and categorizes all of the assets available on the network. The schematic shows the basic network structure, with convenient drill downs into each group of like workstations. Each device is annotated with important identifying configuration information and is color-coded based on its status. You can generate a useful site diagram for just $25 per network – or generate them for free with your annual subscription to the Network Detective module.
XP Migration Readiness
This special report is designed to identify computers at client and prospect sites that are still running Microsoft XP, and help you determine whether the computers can be upgraded to Windows 8.1 as is, require upgrades, or must be replaced. A Readiness summary shows a count of the number of computers discovered, how many are running XP, and which ones are very good or excellent candidates for upgrade. The report includes key upgrade details such as CPU Processor speed, amount of RAM, OS Drive space availability, Video Adapter and more. The report also lists the non-Windows applications and drivers that should be investigated for Windows 8.1 compatibility.
This is the “money” report for you. The report presents your client with a summary of their overall risk score based on your scan, along with simple charts to show the problem areas. Each problem area represents an opportunity for you to present a proposed solution and pitch your services. The purpose of this report is for you to use as a “discussion document” to aid you in having a conversation with your customer about the specific risk areas you found, what they mean, and how you can help. Keep the Full Network Assessment in your hip pocket, and pull it out when your prospective new client asks how you came up with your findings!
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