Most businesses do not think about what happens to their old computers when they upgrade to a new model. However, it is important to properly dispose of them so that sensitive data is not left exposed, and the environment does not become an innocent bystander.
As a dental professional, you understand the importance of protecting your patients' sensitive, confidential information. But what about your own practice's confidential information? Whether it is patient records or financial data, keeping your practice's information secure is essential to maintaining a successful business.
In today’s world, technology has become an integral part of our lives and businesses. It can help us do things faster and more efficiently; however, it also presents challenges that can slow down the workflow or even prevent us from achieving our goals.
Keeping your computers running in top condition is essential for your dental practice. With regular maintenance, you can ensure that your computers are running optimally and that any potential problems are addressed before they become significant issues.
You could say an IT system is not as fundamental to dentists as a dental chair is. And yet without a functional IT infrastructure, your dental practice’s ability to serve your patients becomes severely impaired. Lacking a solid IT system limits your staff’s productivity and compromises the security of your patients’ data.
Thanks to technology, dental practices have vastly improved patients' quality of care. Innovations are embraced to enhance dental care and provide patients with the best experience possible.
Here are five of the most promising technology trends in dentistry:
There's so much that dentists can do with a powerful, time- and cost-saving technology like 3D printing.
Managing your technology infrastructure as a small business owner, especially as a dental professional, can be challenging. Handling all your technology alone takes time away from what matters most – your patients.
When technological woes arise – such as your staff encountering a snag in the practice management software or the intraoral camera acting up – you try your best to identify the issues, but often do not have answers.
You are capturing images of your patient’s teeth using your dental imaging software and a message suddenly pops up stating, “a software update is available”. This instantly interferes with your workflow, so you choose to click “cancel,” deciding to get to it later.
The holiday and official shopping seasons are in full swing, and if there is a sale, there might be a scam close by. As the prices go down, so does our guard. We fear losing out on a deal and can act without thinking. In this blog we are sharing a few quick reminders to stay cyber-safe this holiday season.
Maintaining modern technology's demands and changing customer habits is tough. When it comes to IT, many dental practices have been left behind, constrained by the limitations of their in-house technology expertise and tight budgets. However, adopting newer, more efficient technologies streamline internal processes and improves cost control.