if you could monitor and record everything that happens on your practice computers,

would you?

What if there were an automated system that could provide court admissible proof to show “who did what, and when on a dental computer“?

What if this system

  • defended your practice and patient data against misconduct and could prevent fraudulent activity?
  • used intelligent computer surveillance to keep a watchful eye on events that could cause your practice harm?
  • kept a permanent record of events, just in case an unexpected legal challenge or dispute arises?

What if this system was “set-and-forget“, meaning it would do its job behind the scenes, and alert you only if there is a problem, or when you decide to ask it a question?

What if it could stop the unauthorized copying of patient files to a USB flash drive or other memory device.

…and what if this system were affordable, costing much less than you might think?


Hiltz & Associates is on track to bring this system to practice owners by Sept 2024.

Yes, we are very happy about this.

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