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“Paperless” Mistake

June 21, 2016

One of the common mistakes dentists make with electronic charting is that they only go part way. For example: The office may use a paper chart in the treatment room during diagnosis to mark future treatment. Then they take the paper chart to the computer and enter everything again. They will use the computer to […]

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The Number 1 Dentrix tip of the Year

December 30, 2014

And finally, the #1 most read Tip Tuesday post of 2014: Charting Conditions using ADA Condition Codes via (6) Dentrix.

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Fast Notes App

December 23, 2014

Interesting New App Fast Notes App. I have long been a fan of the Dentrix auto notes feature. However many dentists seem to have a hard time using it. This new app looks like an interesting approach.

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Who Should Know What About Dental Practice Management Software?

October 7, 2013

In case you missed it: This Dentalcompare article from May gives some guidelines in software training and use: There are six distinct areas the doctor and staff need to understand in order to use practice management software effectively, but not every member of the staff needs to have the same level of expertise in each of […]

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Dentrix Tip: Understanding Privacy Requests

March 6, 2013

Understanding Privacy Requests via Dentrix Tip Tuesdays: Understanding Privacy Requests.

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Diagnostic Coding Kerfuffle

December 10, 2012

From Dr. Bicuspid: With the proliferation of electronic health records (EHRs) and a growing emphasis upon accountability in healthcare, diagnostic coding will become increasingly important via Dental Practice Management. I read this in Dr. Bicuspid, found it interesting but frankly did not care much for the attitude of the guy they quoted from UCSF. However […]

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Stop Making Paper

August 8, 2012

My latest article in the Sacramento District Dental Journal, Nugget. It is a truth universally acknowledged that in order for a dental office to go paperless you must stop making paper. August/September 2012 Nugget.

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Seminar Arkansas

September 14, 2011

 I will be presenting a full day on paperless transitions and advanced technology at the Arkansas State meeting in Hot Springs September 17. The High-Tech Paperless Office and High-Tech Revolution and Cutting Edge Computer Use Presented by Dr. Larry Emmott Saturday, September 17. 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. 6.5 CDE Hours via ASDA Fall Seminar 2011.

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Practice Activator

June 23, 2010

Another online service. This one grabs your patient data and re-activates non responsive or idle patients. Of course this or any other online service only works with digital data. That is you need to be charting, and treatment planning with the computer. Not to mention scheduling and re-call. If the computer does not have a treatment […]

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