From ADA News:
The committee earlier this year published ADA Technical Report No. 1030, Dental Provider’s Guide to the Electronic Dental Record, which discusses key concepts of the Electronic Dental Record and provides guidance on implementing an Electronic Dental Record system into dental offices.
Source: Electronic Dental Record concepts, guidance for use laid out in report
The report may be downloaded at no cost to members available from the ADA catalog at ebusiness.ada.org
12 CE Credits – Great for the whole Team
If you are a mountain biker this is a MUST trip for you. Great trails, beautiful scenery and real CE that will help your practice run better.
If you are not a biker don’t worry. Sedona has plenty to offer including awesome outdoor activities, shopping, spas and art galleries on every corner.
Exercise your mind, body and spirit.
From MIT Technology Review:
These technologies all have staying power. They will affect the economy and our politics, improve medicine, or influence our culture.
Source: 10 Breakthrough Technologies 2017 – MIT Technology Review
All ten are fascinating, Three are specifically medical; Reversing paralysis, gene therapy and cell atlas. Three others, botnets, quantum computers and facial recognition will impact dentistry directly. And the other two are just cool.
Compliance IQ Webinar March 29
We will start with some basic technology concepts that will help you understand and use all technology more effectively. We will then show you how to create electronic records that are fast, easy to use, easy to read and will protect you from litigation. Once you have electronic digital records, the advantages are astounding, including many online e-services which patients will love and that will save the office thousands of dollars. However as amazing as digital records are they are much more vulnerable to
Source: HIPAA Documentation and Data Safety
From IEEE Spectrum:
With new design advances, nanorobots are inching closer to medical use
Source: The Tiny Robots Will See You Now – IEEE Spectrum
Absolutely amazing! Imagine nanobots examining enamel for decay then fixing it, then disapearing.