Honor for Tier3MD CEO

Women in Technology (WIT) has listed Tier3MD Ceo, Sheryl Cherico as a nominee for Woman of the Year in the Small/Emerging business category!  “This is such an honor to be nominated in a group with other outstanding nominees” says Cherico. … Read More

Fax Machines

Fax Machines Might Be Gateway To Next Hacker Attack Nothing bad could possibly happen to your company’s network if the only piece of information the hackers have is your fax number, right? Unfortunately not, according to recent research by employees … Read More

How is Your EMR?

How is Your EMR?   I am going to guess you have been using an electronic medical record for at least 12 months.  How do you like it so far?  Is it working for you?  Do you like using it?  Is … Read More

Practice Palooza

On November 16, 2018 Tier3MD will hold it’s first annual Practice Palooza!  The event will be held at Maggiano’s in Buckhead, GA. More details will soon become available. Practice Palooza This year, we are saluting the staff of medical offices.  … Read More

Limit Social Media

There are new tools to help limit social media.  Do you allow social media in your practice?  A lot of practices use it for marketing, however I highly advise you to limit social media. Facebook and Instagram are rolling out … Read More

Android Gets New Update

Personally, I am an android user.  I wanted it because I am an ipad user and I didn’t want the same thing.  I wanted the challenge of learning something different. Android 9 is finally here, at least for some users.  … Read More

Password Changes

It’s time to make your password changes.  And I don’t mean just your login password.  I mean ALL your passwords.  Make a list, and start changing.  You would be shocked at how many times you use the same password, and … Read More

Dear Reddit User

Dear Reddit User, it’s time to change your password.  According to the company, they recently discovered evidence of a hack that exposed all company data from the site’s launch (2005) to 2007, including user emails and account credentials. The company … Read More

Oldie But Goodie

I know I have posted this before but it really is an oldie but goodie! Medical IT Support Vs. General IT Support There is a difference between medical IT support, and “other” IT support.  We are often asked if we … Read More

Traveling Increases Data Risk

  Traveling increases data risk.  On May 14th, the Billings Clinic in Montana issued a breach notification statement, which explained that they detected unusual activity within one of its employee’s email accounts. The employee in question was traveling overseas on … Read More