Aug 26, 2020
It’s increasingly important for dental practices to operate
digitally, especially during this COVID-19 pandemic. Managing your
practice from the cloud allows your entire team access to patient
information in real time and gives your patients the ability to
complete and submit patient forms online. This makes for an
efficient and streamlined process, especially when you have
multiple dental office locations. This is also extremely valuable
for patients as they spend less time in the office waiting in the
reception area as well as handling clipboards, paper and pens.
In this episode of The Art of Dental Finance and Management podcast, Art visits with Jill Nesbitt, MBA, dental coach and Customer Success Manager for Henry Schein One. Jill explains the capabilities of cloud-based practice management software Dentrix Ascend and how it helps dentists improve overall profitability.
Some great features that help dentists manage their practice include:
• Digital workflow
• Online booking
• Patient forms
• Health histories
• Treatment planning
Whether it’s one dental office, or multiple practices, Dentrix Ascend allows practice owners to standardize their reporting. This leads to a more thorough analysis of multiple offices. You’ll get a better view of how your practice is operating without the time and hassle of paperwork. This episode provides a lot of great information for dentists as they consider implementing dental practice management software to help them make good decisions for their practice, which will ultimately help improve their bottom line.
For any questions about dental practice management software or any dental finance issues, Art is here to help you. His contact information is email@example.com or 657.279.3243. More information about the Eide Bailly dental team can be found at www.eidebailly.com/dentist.
This episode is sponsored by Dentrix Ascend. Dentrix Ascend moves practice management to the cloud, meaning dental teams can access their practice data at any time, from any location, on any device. It simplifies the management of group practices, providing a central database and business reporting for the group while allowing individual sites the flexibility they need.