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A Few EHR New Year’s Resolutions

The future for Dental EHRs is bright and 2015 is a great year for the entire dental community to get on board. Over the past few years I have been writing in depth articles about advancements with dental EHRs and where the future of EHRs is Read More >>

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Is Certified Dental Software Better?

There is an abundance of confusing and false information about the Federal EHR Incentive Program floating around the Dental community. Much of this confusion stems from the fact that many dentists aren’t using or don’t know about federally Read More >>

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Dental EHR Certification: What and Why

For those of you who aren't aware, there is a federal incentive program that awards up to $63,750 per dentist for use of certified electronic health record (EHR) software. In fact, having integral knowledge of this through assisting dental Read More >>

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The Future of Dental EHRs

The dental industry is quickly embracing integration and dental Electronic Health Records (EHRs) in practice workflows. Fortunately, in terms of where this is all going, we have history on our side and lessons learned based on the EHR boom Read More >>

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Dental EHR Evaluation and Selection

Evaluating and selecting an Electronic Health Record for a dental practice does not need to be overwhelming. There are established procedures to follow, and Mike Uretz has walked many small and large healthcare practices through the Read More >>

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How to choose the right dental software

Dental software is quickly becoming the lifeblood of any practice or group. All aspects of a practice are becoming more dependent on software technology. Next generation, state of the art practice management and claims processing systems, Read More >>

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Minn. sets 2015 mandate for dental EHRs

Minnesota looks to be the first state in the U.S. to require all healthcare providers, including dentists, to have certified, interoperable electronic health records (EHRs) in place by 2015. Could this be a trend that other states will Read More >>

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Paperless Practice

Some of the most organized and efficient dental offices have placed paper on the list of endangered species by implementing an electronic health record (EHR) system to manage the practice. As the dental profession continues to be swept up Read More >>

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EHR Countdown: Beware the fine print

Recently, as I was reviewing various clauses in an electronic health records (EHR) contract for a practice that had hired me to assist with the negotiations, I noticed a statement in the licensing clause that unfortunately is all too Read More >>