Have you ever worried about theft in your practice? Stop worrying and start protecting.
In this video, I share three things that you can do as a practice owner to guard against embezzlement in your practice.
A common sense approach can go a long way toward keeping your practice safe. Remember these three tips:
- Listen to your inner voice.
- Print and review your own reports.
- Be skeptical during the hiring process.
To learn more, go to www.dentalembezzlement.com or call 1-888-398-2327.
It is a basic characteristic of human nature that we overestimate our own capabilities relative to those of others. Behavioral scientists label this “Illusory Superiority”.
A familiar example is driving, where a 1981 survey found that 93% of US drivers rated themselves as having above average skill, and 88% considered themselves to be safer than average. This is an obvious statistical impossibility. It also explains something important about embezzlement.
As the CEO of the world’s largest dental embezzlement investigation firm, I am consulted on hundreds of embezzlement matters annually, and this work provides insight into embezzlement unavailable to anyone else. Continue reading
As the owner of Prosperident, a dental embezzlement investigation firm, I understand the importance of security for dental practices. One solution that practices may consider when protecting their patient and business information is switching from server-based to cloud-hosted dental practice management software.
Dental practices deal with highly sensitive data that is protected by HIPPA, and this should be a consideration when choosing your dental practice management software. Storing your important files in the cloud provides a number of security benefits, including:
- reducing the risk of server hacks
- preventing the need to back up data externally
- making it easier to perform discreet embezzlement investigation
- ensuring that software is always up to date
- improving network security