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January 09, 2019
What could a TMA Membership mean for you, your practice, and your patients
As medical practices collect and store more information electronically, physicians will encounter more frequent technology breaches. The cost of a breach can be huge: an average of $402 per compromised record, plus fines. TMA makes robust security for your practice easy through education and services designed to manage the worst technology risks. Read More
An essential function of an effective practice is being seen and found when (and where) people are looking for you. Since launching in 2004, Yelp has collected more than 6.4 million customer reviews in the health care sector. That's why TMA helps members cultivate successful practice relationships by providing tools to accelerate practice growth. Read More
When prospective patients and referring colleagues visit the directory or TMA's HIPAA-secure DocbookMD mobile app — will they be able to find you?
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