EDR adoption in dentistry has been sluggish and uneven. Some practices have deployed EDRs successfully while others struggle with implementation. All too often, the fault lies not with the dentist or practice staff but the software itself. Practice Management Software and EHR Systems
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
The shift away from paper and towards software has changed a lot of things in the healthcare industry. It has influenced workflows, changed how medical professionals maintain case documentation and made it easier for practices to handle the growing volume
Have you integrated tablets into your dental practice yet? If not, you’re missing out on a key tool to improve productivity! EHR solutions today are cumbersome and require dentists to switch back and forth between the patient and the computer.
Once the decision to switch from paper records has been made, practices face the daunting task of digitizing charts, patient correspondence, consulting notes etc. Before starting the conversion process, patient records have to be checked for completeness and accuracy. Once the data has been checked and categorized according to priority or utility,…