Your IT system powers your operations and enables critical practice technology. But whether you’re upgrading your IT, expanding your practice, or opening a new practice, purchasing IT hardware can mean incurring large, up-front expenses of $35k-50k or more. Considering that hardware replacement should occur every five years, that’s recurring investment that could instead be used for technology that directly impacts patient care.
Making do with obsolete hardware is risky, as failures can result in productivity losses and unplanned expenses for service calls or equipment replacement.
Evolving HIPAA requirements that impact your software can result in the need to upgrade your hardware. And keeping current with HIPAA requirements can itself be a challenge for your practice.
Increasing demands of imaging software can require a hardware upgrade in order to meet software performance requirements – another unplanned expense.
With iTAP you pay a monthly fee over the duration of your customized program. This eliminates large, unplanned expenses and enables you to more predictably manage your practice’s finances by always knowing your IT overhead cost.
Your flexible, premier hardware solution lowers the risk of poor equipment performance and failures, productivity losses, and increased service cost due to obsolete hardware. Benefit from always having up-to-date IT hardware.
Platinum service: Monthly fee Includes unparalleled, fully-managed service and support; covering total system health, security and performance.
HIPAA compliance: The implications of HIPPA requirements for your software and hardware are assessed. If needed, your hardware is upgraded at no additional cost.
Hardware is warrantied by IT Practice.
Serving the extended Raleigh-Durham-Cary area and southern Virginia since 1996.
dental and medical IT
combined experience in
IT technical support
HIPAA trained annually
Contact us to learn more or explore whether a customized iTAP plan is right for your practice. Or simply stay informed of other ways IT Practice is redefining IT.