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Ramsomeware health care providers

On October 28, the FBI, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), and the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) alerted the health care industry to an increased ransomware threat by criminals seeking to capitalize on the COVID-19 pandemic and U.S. elections.

We’re sharing this information with you to help you protect your group from these threats. These agencies recommend that providers and their office staff take the following precautions when using email:

  • Pay close attention to domain names, particularly those that seem suspicious, misleading, or misspelled.
  • Do not click on links or attachments from senders that they do not recognize, and be especially wary of .zip or other compressed or executable file types.
  • Do not provide sensitive personal information (like usernames and passwords) over email.
  • Be especially cautious when opening attachments or clicking links if they receive an email containing a warning banner indicating that it originated from an external source.

These agencies do not recommend paying ransoms, as payment does not guarantee files will be recovered. If you or your group becomes a victim of ransomware, CISA recommends that you respond by using the Ransomware Response Checklist, which can be found in the CISA and MS-ISAC’s Joint Ransomware Guide. The checklist contains steps for detecting and eradicating ransomware.

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On September 30, 2020, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center released a joint Ransomware Guide, which is a customer centered, one-stop resource with best practices and ways to prevent, protect and/or respond to a ransomware attack. CISA and MS-ISAC are distributing this guide to inform and enhance network defense and reduce exposure to a ransomware attack:

This Ransomware Guide includes two resources:

  • Part 1: Ransomware Prevention Best Practices
  • Part 2: Ransomware Response Checklist

Taxonomy Topics: Cybersecurity

Attachment: Ransomware Guide (Sept. 2020)

Medical billing services that maximize profit and cash flow


We understand that your practice needs a swift, reliable revenue stream in order to thrive. And, we know that it takes more than a slick software package to make it happen.  Definitely, It takes the right people. Therefore, we have created unique medical billing services to make your life easier. It is backed by our experience serving physicians since 1995.

We make sure our clients are supported by a billing and collections team carefully chosen for their industry expertise and dedication to customer service. In addition, your PRM team takes full responsibility for the financial health of your practice. If you don’t get paid, we don’t get paid. As a result, this performance-based model keeps our operations lean and focused, and help us achieve one of the highest collection rates in the billing industry.

Finally, when you know the right people are handling your revenue cycle, you can relax and focus on what you do best- delivering excellent medical care.

PRM is here to help make life easier for you and your office staff. Join our medical billing company today and enjoy our benefits! Contact Us

Lanny Menendez
Professional Reimbursement Managers