Ripple Effect of Dental IT Support

As a dental professional, your focus is providing the best care for our patients. But have you ever stopped to consider how your choices in technology and IT support can impact not just your business, but everyone involved? 

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s famous quote, "Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly.

6 Tips to Organize Your Desktop for Maximum Efficiency

Do you often leave important apps and files on your desktop without organizing them properly? This can lead to a messy desktop that makes it difficult to find what you need, increases the risk of losing important files, and wastes valuable time.

Don't worry, we have some tips on clearing your desktop to help you avoid these problems and maximize efficiency in your dental practice.

5 Tech Considerations for Your New Dental Practice

As you embark on the exciting journey of opening a new dental practice, one crucial aspect to consider is the role technology will play in your operations. From patient management systems to innovative imaging equipment, the right technology can streamline processes, enhance patient experience, and contribute to the success of your practice.

5 Tech Solutions to Boost Patient Engagement

IT solutions have greatly improved how dental practices operate. For example, creating patient histories is much easier thanks to electronic health records. Today’s technologies are even more advanced, allowing patients to become more involved in managing their health.

Combating Dental Staffing Shortages with Dedicated Dental IT Support

The dental industry is currently tackling an unprecedented challenge - severe staffing shortages. In fact, over the next five- to eight-years dental practices will compete to hire a smaller pool of available team members. This crisis is not only hindering the provision of essential dental services but also placing an enormous burden on existing personnel.

5 Tech Mistakes Dental Practices Make

As a dental professional, you understand technology is crucial to your practice's success. However, it's not uncommon for dental practices to make technical mistakes that can harm their operations. Make sure you aren't making any of these five technology mistakes:

# 1. Incorrect Equipment Selection

Choosing the wrong equipment can be costly and time-consuming.

The Lowdown on Real Costs of IT for Your Business: In-House IT vs. Outsourced IT

IT is one of the most crucial aspects of running a business. However, not all business owners are tech-savvy or have the budget to maintain in-house IT. This is where outsourcing IT support and services comes into play. While outsourced IT services may seem more expensive, have you ever considered the hidden costs of having an in-house IT department?  

In this blog, we'll dive into the real cost of IT for your business and compare the expenses of in-house IT vs.

$1,160,000 New Equipment Deduction for Dental Practices: Tax Code Section 179

The IRS has served up a toothsome treat for dental practitioners - the tax code Section 179, a golden ticket to a hefty new equipment deduction of $1,160,000.  

So, whether you're contemplating upgrading that rusty old Windows 7 system, or you're needing to replace your Server 2012 (set to go End-Of-Life October 2023), there's never been a better time than now.

Upgrading Your Dental IT Infrastructure: Is It Time?

Having an outdated IT infrastructure can be stressful and costly for a dental practice. With software, hardware, and network security that is needed to meet regulations, it may feel like you're constantly playing catch-up to maintain compliance. Before making any changes or upgrades to your IT infrastructure, there are key questions that need to be answered.

Outsourcing IT + Billing Services with Dental Experts is a Great Superpower Strategy

When IT and billing systems are maintained at peak performance on a consistent basis, they create a well-built infrastructure that powers every aspect of a dental practice and enables the highest quality patient care to be delivered. Outsourcing these “non-dental” aspects of the practice may be the next step in your growth and profitability strategies.

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