How to Transition Your Dental Practice onto New Software

Software tools to manage day-to-day processes can make a world of difference when it comes to the smooth operation and bottom line of any business, and dental practices are no different. Practice management software, for instance, can streamline administrative tasks like appointment scheduling, payment processing, and patient communications, cutting the time and resources that would have otherwise been used to do these tasks manually.

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.

Dental Practice Management Software: 5 Factors to Consider

Navigating the world of dental practice management software can feel like wandering through a maze without a map, especially given the diverse range of options available in today's market. Each software promises a myriad of features and capabilities to simplify and streamline your dental practice operations.

The Importance of Software Updates for Dental Practices

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 Risks of End-of-Life (EOL) Technology in Your Dental Practice

Nothing lasts forever. Technology is at the forefront of an ever-evolving world, and with that comes innovation. Therefore, manufacturers must evolve as well. Updates, storage, features, and more play a role in a manufacturer creating new products and sunsetting older versions.

Keeping Your Network Secure

Keeping Your Network Secure 
Modern dental practices are ever evolving and with that comes the dependence on IT systems. Practice management software - such as Dentrix, Eaglesoft, or Practiceworks – streamline processes and are a hub of vital patient information.

Top 5 Dental Software Solutions for Practice Management

In the modern healthcare industry, dental practice management software is essential to practice success. Using the right software, you can increase employee productivity, boost operational efficiency, and regain control over costs. Today, many dental practice applications are cloud-based, which means they are accessible from any device with an internet connection.

Summer Cleaning Guide: Simple Updates to Help Make Your Dentrix Database Run Faster 

If your practice uses Dentrix, you know exactly how powerful a tool it can be in terms of the amount of patient data it can hold. Over time, however, the amount of data that is housed in your Dentrix database can grow so much that you start to notice slowness when attempting to access that data.

How to Successfully Implement New Diagnostic Technology in Your Dental Practice

Dental diagnostics have advanced over the past years, with new technology improving the way dentists and their staff diagnose and treat patients. However, many dental clinics are still figuring out how to implement new diagnostic technologies to see a positive impact on their staff, patients, and bottom line.

How the Windows 10 20H1 Update Benefits Dental Practices

If your dental practice is using Windows 10 operating system (OS), you'll be excited to know that Microsoft is currently working on its new update, which is scheduled to be released around May 2020. Dubbed 20H1 (Vibranium), it's going to be the first of two major updates slated for 2020, and it comes with a collection of improvements that can have a positive impact on your practice.

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