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Healthcare IT Services iconSpend your time taking care of your patients not your IT system. Leave the setup, backup, computer security, and maintenance to us. Our IT services are already keeping data, networks, and systems in the following fields healthy and secure:

  • Dentistry
  • Internal Medicine
  • OB/GYN
  • Optometry
  • Orthodontics
  • Radiology
  • Urology

In addition to IT Support (aceRemoteIT), computer security (aceGuardian), cloud hosting (aceCloud), VoIP phone service (aceVoIP), and infrastructure (aceInfrastructure), we install and update software programs including:

  • Centricity
  • Dragon Speech-to-Text
  • E-ClinicalWorks
  • E-MDs Solution Series
  • LH360 patient reminder
  • Lytec
  • MedEnt
  • MedEvolve
  • Millennium
  • Patterson Eaglesoft
  • PrimeSuite by Greenway Health
  • Sidexis
  • TeleVox
  • Toshiba Call Manager
  • ViewPoint
  • AS Ultrasound for radiologists
  • CS Orthodontic imaging for orthodontists
  • CS OrthoTrac for orthodontists
  • Dentrix for dentists
  • Dexis for dentists and radiologists
  • OfficeMate for optometrists
  • Ortho2 for orthodontists
  • Romexis for radiologists
  • UroChart for urologists

Click to view some of the supported software. Your software not on the list, ask us.

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I just really wanted to take the time and say Thank You…they had everything done so fast and efficient… and of course very nice about it!

—Jamie, Nurse
Doctor’s Office

HIPAA Security Reminder of the Week

Use of Public Wireless Access Points

The risk is especially high at coffee shops, hotels, airports and other places with a high turnover of laptop users. Many malicious individuals set up laptops to act as wireless access points with legitimate-sounding names such as “T-Mobile”, “Free Wireless Access”, or “Hilton” etc. Wireless access for your laptop is definitely convenient and easy, but you must take precautions to ensure you do not compromise your login credentials or confidentiality of any sensitive data stored on your device.
  • Consider subscribing to your own private “MiFi” service.
  • Turn off your wireless connection when you’re not using it. Most laptops are configured to search for open wireless points and common wireless names, whether or not the user is trying to get online.
  • Don’t use the defaults. Change default names of your network to a unique name and change any default passwords.
  • Don’t connect to other computers.
  • Don’t share your files.
  • Keep your software up-to-date.