Guide to “Going Paperless”

by Larry Emmott on August 25, 2013

in Paperless

2013 Updated Version Now Available

Is it really possible to go paperless? How can I turn all this junk into a digital record? And why should I even bother?

As a dental practice management consultant, I will tell you that it is possible to create a completely paperless dental record. And going paperless can save you tens of thousands of dollars.

My comprehensive technology guide, “How to go paperless in the dental office” will answer the basic question…Why bother?  It then provides step by step help in setting up a paperless office, including the eight essentials that need to be in place before you get started, four ways to digitize stuff, and front deskless workflow. There is even a budget and financial analysis that shows how your current paper system is costing you over $40,000!

“How to go paperless in the dental office” will answer all your questions, provide a plan and show you how to save money… all delivered in a fun and easy to understand style.

Follow the link to order your copy today.

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Dr Richard Casson Dentist August 3, 2011 at 10:30 am

Nice site, blog and post.

Going paperless a good plan as long as backed up and technology does not fail!! Also probably better for the environment.

Larry Emmott August 8, 2011 at 4:50 pm

Thanks for the comment. Everything we use on a regular basis both high tech and low can fail. The power can go out, a tire can go flat and the milk can go sour. That does not mean we don’t use those things we just deal with it.

Sabina October 2, 2011 at 9:41 am

Wasn’t everything going to be mandated to go paperless in a few years anyway? good post.

Larry Emmott October 4, 2011 at 12:22 pm

Sabina,

There is no real “mandate”. However there are lots of great reasons to “go paperless”

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