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Tips for Creating Strong Passwords
|According to Microsoft, “Passwords provide the first line of defense against unauthorized access to your computer. The stronger your password, the more protected your computer will be from hackers and malicious software. You should make sure you have strong passwords for all accounts on your computer”|
Never, ever share your passwords with anyone and don’t use the same password over and over! Passwords should be at least eight characters long; never contain complete words or names; and use various types of characters
Here are some tips from Microsoft for creating strong passwords.
DocuTrac has a brand new QuicDoc® Enterprise Forum
Our new forum is designed to provide pertinent topics, tips, and posts to help our Enterprise customers get the most out of their QuicDoc EMR. Our goal is to have an active forum where our customers can exchange helpful ideas and information on using QuicDoc to its full advantage.
QuicDoc Enterprise users can register for the forum at http://www.docutracinc.com/forum/default.aspx
When Medications Are No Longer Available
All prescribed drugs must have a code in order to be processed. Medications that become unavailable to pharmacies will not have a code. If you try to e-prescribe a medication that is no longer available, you will receive an error message.
To resolve the problem for an existing medication that your patient is currently taking, first stop the medication so it will sync back in QuicDoc as having been stopped. Then search for a generic or different brand name for the medication. Select one of the medications in the links provided in your search results.
There’s a new more sinister version of malware out there. CryptXXX2.0 will render an infected computer unusable. For previous versions of this malware a free decryption tool was available to recover encrypted files and avoid paying a ransom.
The current epidemic of prescription opioid abuse has led to increased use of heroin. According to the National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA) opioid pain relievers, as well as heroin, can produce a wonderful feeling of euphoria because they interact with receptors in the body and brain. Opioid pain relievers are safe when taken for a short time as prescribed by a doctor. However, they are easily addictive and frequently misused because of the euphoria they produce.
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For more information and to register, for this important webinar, visit the Events page on our website.
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