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2 replies on “Get the Book – Go Paperless”

Larry, I listened to you last Friday with Paula Harris about the paperless dental office. I converted to mostly paperless years ago. The office files electronic claims, has computers in each op., Digital x-rays and intraoral cameras. I was the one that ask about trouble getting insurance information and being on hold a long time. I didn’t understand the name of the company you talked about. I do have Eaglesoft. I would like to order your latest book. I’m a member of the Seattle group so we are always learning. We do meet monthly and have webinars, speakers, etc. I will see if the group is interested in hearing you next year. We are already making our schedule for then. Thank you, Fernanda

Fernanda, There are numerous e-services that address e-verification. It is usually easiest to go with your main service provider. Ask your Eaglesoft rep and he/she will help you with a specific service. As to Seattle Study group I am very interested, thank you.

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