As much as I love high tech I reluctantly admit that the same systems that make sharing information quick and easy also make it quick and easy for people to steal from us. The linked article is from Price Kong a local CPA firm that works with many dentists, including me.
Health care practices that have a strong system of internal controls, a keen awareness of anti-fraud measures, and a desire to fraud-proof their business are less likely to suffer losses from fraud. Use this checklist to assess how much fraud exposure your practice has.
The check list is a good place to start. Some items seem obvious, others not so much. Sadly the stories I hear from dentists who have been embezzled always start the same. They never would have guessed that (Mary) was a thief, she seemed like such a great employee always ready to help out, a nice person they trusted completely.