Is It Time for Your Dental Practice to Get a New EHR?

The last decade has seen many dentists adopting EHR systems to keep their practices running smoothly. Although the software has evolved to meet changing needs and legal requirements, many users struggle with confusing interfaces or features that don’t live up to the benefits promised by their vendors. Recently there has been a movement toward…

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Dental Software: Do More Features = Greater Satisfaction?

As the dental software market grows, vendors are adding features at breakneck speed to provide increased functionality for clients as well as to keep up with the requirements of the meaningful use program. Quite a number of clinics have switched

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New Dental Sofware – Will Your Workflow Need to Change?

While some dental practices are implementing a software for the first time, others are in the process of migrating to their second or third provider. Nevertheless these two groups have one aspect in common – workflow changes. Dentists working on

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Is Specialized Dental Software the Way to Go?

EHR adoption has had a steady growth over the last decade. However this growth has not been even across all the states or among the various medical specialities. Some states are very far ahead when it comes to EHR adoption

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Dental Software: What Should You Look For?

As the healthcare industry moves to stage II of the meaningful use program, physicians are realizing that implementing an EHR is not a one-shot deal. It is a long-term commitment requiring considerable resources and training to help employees get used

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What does Digital Sensor Technology Mean for Dentists?

Implementing EHR technology is not an easy task for most private practices. Solo practitioners have less time and fewer resources to put into the effort while multi-speciality groups dread the thought of shutting down clinical operations to setup the system

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Why do Dentists Still Rely on Paper Records After EHR?

Even though stage II of the meaningful use program got off to a rocky start, the success of stage I has been pretty outstanding. The combination of federal incentives as well as the threat of reduction in payments has combined

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What do Dentists Ultimately Want from their EHRs?

Practicing medicine has never been as complicated as it is in the modern age. From financial pressure and regulatory oversight to the ever increasing piles of administrative tasks, providers waste a lot of their time in actions that have nothing

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Why Are Specialized Dental EHRs Better?

When it comes to EHR software, there is no one-size-fits-all approach. What works for a small clinic with two or three doctors will not be able to handle the requirements of a large hospital with 200 beds. On a similar

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How do we Interpret EHR Satisfaction Ratings?

The EHR market has seen a lot of churn over the last decade. It is no wonder there are websites which rank medical software and services which aggregate user feedback either anonymously or using survey methodologies. Some firms even produce

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