August 18, 2017
Today’s dental practice relies on technology that was not available even ten years ago. These new practices are more efficient, cost effective, and allows for the front office to be decentralized.
In an article from Dentistry Today, author Lorne Lavine writes, “The challenge for most offices is to develop the best plan on how to evaluate their current and future purchases to ensure that all the systems will integrate properly together”.
In the article Lavine discusses:
- Practice Management Software
- Image Management Software
- Operatory Design
- Computer Hardware
- Digital Systems
- Data Protection
Lavine continues, “For offices that wish to be paperless, it’s crucial to evaluate all systems that need to be replaced with a digital counterpart and to take a systematic approach to adding these new systems to the practice”. How can your dental practice integrate technology to become paperless and therefore more efficient?
To read more, see the full article from Lorne Lavine in Dentistry Today.