Why You Must Build An Email List For Your Physio Practice. In this video I am going to describe why you must build and grow an email list, in order to market your Practice.
Know that you need video on your website, but not sure where to start? Watch our great vlog that explains the essentials that will help you get into video.
Not GDPR Compliant? Not Professional! Our vlog explains why [...]
GDPR for Doctors and Physios. What you need to know about email and encryption. Why you should encrypt your emails using a tool like Egress, why you must make sure your email provide is GDPR compliant, how to seamlessly use Egress, and how to train your patients to engage with encryption.
Are you a Doctor, Physio, or Osteo? Do you know what your GDPR requirements are, and are you truly compliant? Explore the common mistakes clinicians make in trying to become GDPR compliant, including the privacy notice, not having data processor to data controller agreements in place, hardware encryption, and data breach policies.
There are Six key areas that clinicians typically tend to struggle with that we see time and time again. Weat Private Practice Ninja have the solutions for these.
Whatever the form of hacking (be it your laptop, Gmail, Facebook account) it is at best stressful, and at worst, a disaster. Typically, it’ll happen just when you weren’t expecting it (like mid-clinic). The fall out can be extensive...
Do you know how to deal with a personal data breach? Even with the best systems and processes in place, things can go awry. This is made even scarier and stressful if you learn of the breach in the middle of a very packed clinic. The ICO gives you 72 hours to report a breach, this is how you deal with it.
Are you breathing a sigh of relief that your compliance has all been sorted? Or, are you secretly hoping that no one will notice that you haven't quite gotten around to it?
The GDPR deadline is just days away and in all likelyhood there is going to be a lot of clinicians feeling rather underprepared and some other clinicians feeling REALLY rather underprepared. If you follow some basic principles it's not too difficult to write your own Privacy Notice,