While healthcare practitioners tend to be competent providers of health-related services, they do struggle with improving operations, serving more patents, and ultimately generating more income. The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) has complicated this effort, requiring any business that maintains patient records to implement a broad array of patient privacy and disaster recovery measures. The result is increased costs and more complex practice management needs – impacting areas where healthcare providers are already weak. Particularly intimidating is the aspect of HIPAA compliance that requires healthcare providers to implement a disaster recovery program and demonstrate records security simultaneously. As…