Cloud solutions have long-lasting value in healthcare

Healthcare organizations should no longer be hesitant when adopting cloud computing, as the technology has become more ubiquitous and easy to use. If you know how to manage the cloud properly, it can even surpass the reliability and security offered by on-site IT. Here are just some of the business benefits of cloud computing.

Is augmented and virtual reality the future of dentistry?

Augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) technology have seen major breakthroughs, particularly in the world of gaming. But did you know that these technologies also have potential benefits in the dental industry?

According to the World Health Organization, around 3.5 billion people suffer from oral diseases.

Dental trends to keep an eye on in 2021

In the dental industry, where person-to-person contact is required, safety is the top priority for both patients and dental staff amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The American Dental Association (ADA) reported a 38% decrease in dental spending in 2020, and as COVID-19 cases continue to spike, the ADA predicts an additional 20% decline in dental spending in 2021.

But, as the dental industry continues to experience challenges, these 2021 dental industry trends may shine a light for dental practitioners around the world.

Why EMRs are vital for dental care providers

Electronic medical records (EMRs) are digitized versions of patients’ information, and they’re a game-changer for healthcare organizations. By transitioning from paper to digital records, dental care providers can improve overall productivity and provide better care for patients.

How artificial intelligence is redefining the dental industry

Over the past years, artificial intelligence (AI) has been making breakthroughs in the healthcare industry. However, some dental professionals meet the thought of working with robot dentists with a mixture of amusement and fear. But the truth is, AI is helping dentists discover new and effective ways to improve their practice and provide better care to their patients.

What an MSP can do for healthcare providers

More and more healthcare organizations are turning to managed services providers (MSPs) for their IT needs. The outsourced technology support model lets hospitals and clinics focus on being healthcare providers rather than IT professionals learning on the fly.

5 Best practices for securing PHI

Protected health information (PHI) includes personal, medical, and financial information, as well as other data created or used when a patient sought and received healthcare services. Due to the sensitive nature of PHI, it is highly valuable to hackers — and this is why your healthcare organization must do everything possible to protect any PHI […]

Improving productivity in your dental clinic

As a dental practitioner, you should know that workplace dynamics directly affect employee morale, which, in turn, affects your bottom line. Does your dental clinic have a good company culture that encourages productivity in the workplace? Here are some questions to ask yourself so you can identify areas of your practice that need improvement.

Revolutionary high-tech tools that are making dentistry more effective

Technological advances in the field of dentistry are changing the way dental professionals provide service to their patients. Laser technology, 3D printing, and digital scanning are allowing dentists to diagnose, treat, and perform procedures with better precision.

Big data’s positive effects on healthcare readmission

Business intelligence (BI) has fueled the growth of many businesses through the years, especially in the finance and manufacturing industries. Today, the benefits extend beyond those industries, as BI and big data have become important tools for healthcare businesses aiming to improve their processes.

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