Manage Your Office's Hardware
Read the sections below to learn about the computing hardware in your office.
Read a Summary of Network and Equipment Services: PCC's Technical Solutions Team provides a Network and Equipment Services guide which includes answers to common questions around what PCC installs, how equipment is maintained, how backups are performed, and more.
- If you need to move equipment or are preparing your office for a bad storm, you may want to shut down your PCC Server. This might also be needed if a technician is visiting your office.
- The PCC Server located in your practice contains the complete record of your A/R as well as important patient medical information. If that data is properly backed up, it will be safe from fire, natural disasters, or a server crash.
- PCC installs a server and other peripherals in your office. The topics below are a quick reference to that equipment.
- Your office will use computers, printers, scanners and other peripherals to connect to and use your Partner and PCC EHR server. PCC does not sell or maintain personal computers, but we can advise you on your purchases and help configure your computer to work with PCC software and your network.
- Every quarter, PCC performs a security assessment on your PCC server and network infrastructure. This service is included in your PCC support contract.
- Here is a wiring and network layout for a typical PCC office. Your practice may have different equipment.
- PCC installs a Fortinet Fortigate in each practice as part of your PCC subscription. This router/firewall device connects your office to the internet and secures your network from unauthorized access.
- PCC’s support teams use TeamViewer to help you with PCC EHR and other PCC products and services. You can ask your Client Advocate, or a Rapid Response Team member, to connect directly to your computer workstation and troubleshoot a problem or train you. Follow the instructions below to install TeamViewer on your workstation. Install TeamViewer […]