Dr. William
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No one tells you part of being a doctor is having to remember 3000 different user names & passwords for all the systems you have to interact with

Honestly the hardest part of my job I just need to make a spreadsheet lol
01:58 PM - Mar 03, 2023
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Rowland Mayor
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In response Dr. William to their Spout
And each of these 3000 sites, in the name of security, says you need to change your password monthly, and it can't be any password you used before
07:18 AM - Sep 06, 2023
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Roberta Calm-in-the-storm
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In response Dr. William to their Spout
I like Dashlane.
03:47 PM - Mar 04, 2023
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Colleen Redding ☮️
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In response Dr. William to their Spout
Remember when EMRs were going to make your job easier and better integrated? So darned ironic…
01:23 PM - Mar 04, 2023
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Pam
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In response Dr. William to their Spout
Get a password app for you phone....like 1Password.
07:21 AM - Mar 04, 2023
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Jami Alene
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In response Dr. William to their Spout
Including the prescription monitoring system that needs a regular update and you cannot reuse a password you EVER USED!
09:51 PM - Mar 03, 2023
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Ricardo Lundi, DPM
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In response Dr. William to their Spout
I hate it. I can never remember any password. Then I need to reset then I pick the new password and it says you can’t used the old password.
05:36 PM - Mar 03, 2023 (Edited)
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Lou King
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In response Dr. William to their Spout
I use wallet. It works great
04:58 PM - Mar 03, 2023
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Brian Rutledge
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In response Dr. William to their Spout
1Passeord is a great solution for this 😁
03:38 PM - Mar 03, 2023
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Tony_Bell
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In response Dr. William to their Spout
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1. Pick a word from a foreign language like Dutch, Hindi, Flemmish, Swahili or whatever.
2. Learn to spell it backwards, forwards & center-leftward-center-rightward.
3. Divide the English alphabet into 3rds.
4. Assign one spelling method to each 3rd of the alphabet.
03:19 PM - Mar 03, 2023
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Tony_Bell
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5. Use the assigned spelling method corresponding to the 1st letter of the last word of whatever you call the site into which you must sign in.
6. Append or precede the assigned spelling by a sequence of numbers & special characters that is meaningful to you.
03:20 PM - Mar 03, 2023
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P. Audrey Rickards
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In response Dr. William to their Spout
My daughter surprised me with this book when I complained that I forget my passwords. Maybe you should get one too. 🙂
03:15 PM - Mar 03, 2023
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Kieran McCann
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In response Dr. William to their Spout
I would NOT use LastPass. Most people seem to be switching to 1Password.

https://www.forbes.com/sit...
03:08 PM - Mar 03, 2023
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John Colagioia
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In response Dr. William to their Spout
Still!? I complained about that sort of thing when I worked at Eclipsys (which did a lot of medical hardware/software, if they don't still exist), something like twenty years ago, and how our internal policy was to set our passwords to our usernames so that we wouldn't be inconvenienced...
02:52 PM - Mar 03, 2023
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Christopher Brown
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In response Dr. William to their Spout
Why are doctors so resistant to using password managers...?
02:50 PM - Mar 03, 2023
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Heather Crowell
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In response Dr. William to their Spout
Seriously! And they change every 90 days. And you can’t reuse a previous password.
02:45 PM - Mar 03, 2023
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David Birney
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In response Dr. William to their Spout
And they probably make you change your password a few times a year and every system requires different lengths and some need special characters but some say no.
02:44 PM - Mar 03, 2023
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Ted Pendergrass
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In response Dr. William to their Spout
Lastpass
02:42 PM - Mar 03, 2023
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MX Gonzo
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In response Dr. William to their Spout
Try LastPass. Free version of a password vault for your multitude of logins. I only need to remember the password to log in to their site to launch other apps and/or retrieve passwords.

www.lastpass.com
02:27 PM - Mar 03, 2023
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Jody
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In response Dr. William to their Spout
Password managers are our friend. I used lastpass for years but now use bitwarden and love it.
02:21 PM - Mar 03, 2023
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Alex Ruiz
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Same here, especially after the way how the most recent breach at LastPass was handled. BitWarden has satisfied my and my team's needs thus far.
02:46 PM - Mar 03, 2023
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Gino Gangai
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In response Dr. William to their Spout
I don't know if this would be helpful or not. When I used to work in SEO, I used Trello. I would sort the different projects I needed to have done and by certain dates but I think passwords for everything you need them for could work as well.
02:10 PM - Mar 03, 2023
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Bob Rebob
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In response Dr. William to their Spout
Welcome to my world. I’m retired so no longer need access to many “systems”, but last time I checked my Password File was 12 pages long!
02:10 PM - Mar 03, 2023
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Stewart Tan
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In response Dr. William to their Spout
That’s the truth! On a serious note, you should use a password manager to store the passwords so they are encrypted. There are many solutions out there, your practice’s IT organization should be able to help you
02:07 PM - Mar 03, 2023
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Dr. William
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In response Dr. William to their Spout
Technology is supposed to make our lives easier 😅
01:59 PM - Mar 03, 2023
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Johnny Irizarry
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In response Dr. William to their Spout
Like some people responded previously, password managers are a great solution, not only for this issue, but also for security purposes. I don't recommend LastPass due to the recent info about their breach, but 1Password is a good choice.
02:44 PM - Mar 03, 2023
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