A successful dental practice uses the correct tools for the correct job. Choosing the correct tools to best serve your patients also includes your IT devices and network. Sterling Client Services provides specialized services for Dentrix Software support and overall network support, allowing your employees to focus on the patients who are your top priority.

Network IT Support

An efficient and reliable network allows your dental practice to continue to serve patients in the best way possible. Sterling Client Services provides comprehensive network service support including:

Data Backup and Recovery

Routine data protection, on and off site, assures data is not lost if your network ever needs to be restored. The ability to quickly recover and restore information ensures your practice continues to provide quality patient services without delay.

Network Security

The occurrence of cyberattacks continues to grow. According to Cyber Security Magazine, “43% of all data breaches involve small and medium-sized businesses.”

Sterling Client Services provides real-time protection for every part of your network. By protecting against ransomware and working with antimalware and antispyware, we safeguard your practice by keeping patient information safe and avoiding costly IT disruptions.

Remote Support

When there is an issue, our team is easily accessible and will quickly identify and solve the problem. Providing all-inclusive IT support helps streamline maintenance such as updates or new software installation. Our quick service and security focus allows your team to get back to providing the best patient care.

Dentrix Software Support

A secure network provides a dental practice with the necessary foundation to provide the best care for patients. Next is the best software for your practice. Dentrix is a leading practice management software. By providing Dentrix software support, Sterling Client Services IT specialists help your practice in several ways:

HIPAA Compliance

Protecting patient information is one of the highest priorities of a well-managed practice. Properly maintained practice management software gives your employees the ability to securely maintain proper records.

Email Security

Proper software support protects against unwanted security issues and frequent backups establish quick recovery protocols should an issue occur.

Peace of Mind

Sterling Client Services will manage your technology so you can focus on your patients. Reliable technology contributes to a positive environment for both employees and patients.

Sterling Client Services IT Support

Today’s technology is ever changing and increasing in complexity. Sterling Client Services is ready to take on the responsibility of protecting and maintaining the technology of your practice. Contact us today to learn more about how we can provide the best IT support for your dental practice.

Entilators will be taken from certain New York hospitals and redistributed to the worst-hit parts of the state under an order to be signed by Governor Andrew Cuomo.

New York saw its highest single-day increase in deaths, up by 562 to 2,935 – nearly half of all virus-related US deaths recorded yesterday. The White House may advise those in virus hotspots to wear face coverings in public to help stem the spread mid deepening crisis, top health official Dr Anthony Fauci has said he believes all states should issue stay-at-home orders.

“I don’t understand why that’s not happening,” Dr Fauci told CNN on Thursday. “If you look at what’s going on in this country, I just don’t understand why we’re not doing that.”

“You’ve got to put your foot on the accelerator to bring that number down,” he added, referring to infection and death rates.

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The comments from Dr Fauci, who heads the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, appeared to contradict those of President Trump, who has consistently dismissed the notion of a nationwide lockdown.

“It’s awfully tough to say, ‘close it down.’ We have to have a little bit of flexibility,” Mr Trump said on Wednesday.

What’s the debate over masks?

Both the US Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO) are reassessing their guidance on face masks, as experts race to find ways to fight the highly contagious virus.

Covid-19 is carried in airborne droplets from people coughing or sneezing, but there is some dispute over how far people should distance themselves from each other, and whether masks are useful when used by the public.

In global terms the US has the most Covid-19 cases – more than 245,000. And on Thursday the US authorities said more than 1,000 had died in the past 24 hours – the highest daily toll so far in the world.

Hospitals and morgues in New York are struggling to cope with the pandemic, and New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has warned that New York risks running out of ventilators for patients in six days.

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Entilators will be taken from certain New York hospitals and redistributed to the worst-hit parts of the state under an order to be signed by Governor Andrew Cuomo.

New York saw its highest single-day increase in deaths, up by 562 to 2,935 – nearly half of all virus-related US deaths recorded yesterday. The White House may advise those in virus hotspots to wear face coverings in public to help stem the spread mid deepening crisis, top health official Dr Anthony Fauci has said he believes all states should issue stay-at-home orders.

“I don’t understand why that’s not happening,” Dr Fauci told CNN on Thursday. “If you look at what’s going on in this country, I just don’t understand why we’re not doing that.”

“You’ve got to put your foot on the accelerator to bring that number down,” he added, referring to infection and death rates.