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Dealing with Sexual Harassment in the Dental Workplace

It feels like every morning there’s a new case of sexual harassment or misconduct in the news. It might have started out in Hollywood but now we hear of such incidents everywhere. So what about healthcare? Whether you hear about it or not, sexual harassment happens in the dental industry too. Before we talk about how to handle harassment in your…

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What Does 2018 Hold for EDR?

Electronic Health Records or EHR as they’re more widely known, is a part of the ever-growing list of acronyms that litter the landscape of American healthcare. Every year brings its own set of challenges for the EDR industry. Today’s EDRs that are hosted in the cloud and deliver services over the Internet to providers are a far cry from the first…

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Three Common Questions on Dental Health Records

The vast majority of clinics and hospitals across the US now use some form of electronic health records. The change from paper to digital did not happen overnight and federal programs like meaningful use have helped to accelerate the trend. Unfortunately the dental industry is only now starting to adopt their own version of the EHR.

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Bring your Practice into the 21st Century with EDR!

ACA, EDR, HITECH and the list goes on. Such acronyms and abbreviations are part and parcel of modern healthcare. As a practice owner or dental professionals, you have to understand the effect and consequence they can have on your clinic. Most of them appear to have some relationship with computers and technology in healthcare.

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The Health Care fight – How does it Impact EDR?

The healthcare industry has been in turmoil for a few years. Changes in technology and legislation have affected providers all over the country. The Affordable Care Act has made it possible for millions of uninsured people to gain healthcare access at reasonable rates. But recent efforts to repeal the bill have sparked a lot of uncertainty and…

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Mixing Paper and Digital – Is this Good or Bad?

Computers and software have made their way into the doctor’s office. Today you’ll be hard-pressed to find a dental practice that does not use computers in some manner. Federal incentive programs and the need for tools to handle increased documentation

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The Importance of Measuring Dental Health in Populations

The American healthcare industry is moving away from the traditional fee-based system to a more patient centric, value-based model. As the care continuum draws closer, population health management is emerging as a key tool in preventive care. EHR systems help

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Marketing Strategies for Dental Practices

Marketing your dental practice is something you do everyday whether it is online or not. If you’re not already doing it, it’s about time you start. The end of the year provides a valuable window of opportunity for any dentist.

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End of Term Dental Insurance Optimization

The end of the year is a time of celebration for most people. Everyone is in the mood to celebrate the holidays and spend time with friends and family. It is the busy season for retailers but not so much

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How to Deal with Late Dental Patients

Scheduling is an essential part of every dental clinic. The goal is to have an efficient schedule where everything runs on time and no one is late. You see your patients as scheduled and use your resources (practice rooms, staff

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