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Medicine Is About to Get Cheaper for Regular People

February 28, 2013

From Wired Business: After years of exotic and very expensive machines sequencing DNA, the genomics industry finally looks poised for its cell phone moment. Soon, the business of genetics could look a lot like the commodity-driven mobile industry, with providers selling hardware on the cheap and relying on software, apps and diagnostics to drive revenue. […]

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Dentrix Launching a Cloud Based System!

February 19, 2013

This is BIG NEWS Henry Schein, is launching a new cloud-based practice management system at the Chicago MidWinter. According to Schein insiders, it is a completely new system. The designers spent two years in research and development working with dentists to create an innovative interface and workflow from the ground up. On Thursday, in Chicago, […]

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Mining Electronic Records for Revealing Health Data

January 23, 2013

(HT Titus Schleyer) From the NYT. …the report neglected one powerful incentive for the switch to electronic records: the resulting databases of clinical information are gold mines for medical research. The monitoring and analysis of electronic medical records, some scientists say, have the potential to make every patient a participant in a vast, ongoing clinical […]

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Yankee Dental Hands On Jan 31

January 20, 2013

I am very excited to be presenting two 3 hour hands on programs at the Yankee Dental Congress in Boston, Jan 31. Sesame Communications is sponsoring and helping me present two sessions on social media and digital marketing. We will look at your Google presence, discuss YouTube and Facebook among other online resources and then […]

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Yankee Dental Congress Mobile App

January 19, 2013

Follow the link below for the Yankee Dental Congress mobile app. I am a big fan of this idea and many of the more progressive meetings are developing apps. The first ones I used were very basic but the newer versions are quite helpful. Yankee Dental Congress 2013. BTW you can use the app to […]

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Dayna’s Dentrix Success Stories

January 18, 2013

DENTRIX TIP OF THE MONTH SCHEDULING: Using the More Info Button in the Select Patient Dialog to View Family Appointment Information What do you train the office to do with this feature? I train offices to use the More Info button to see at a glance if any of a patient’s family members have an […]

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Inscriptions Predictions

January 9, 2013

AzDA Inscriptions Journal article making dental high tech predictions for 2013. Inscriptions: January 2013.

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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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Digital Radiography Myths

October 30, 2012

      Myth: The thinnest sensors are the most comfortable. Fact: This seems to make sense but on examination it is just silly. With this logic pressing a knife blade into your hand would be more comfortable than pressing a spoon. After all, the knife is thinner. Within the range of all sensors on […]

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Tahoe Meeting September 28-29

September 26, 2012

I will be presenting to the California Pedodontic Research Conference on Digital Technology in Dentistry on September 28 and 29. This prestigious group has been meeting every year for 62 years and I am honored to part of their program. Plus the meeting is at Fallen Leaf by beautiful Lake Tahoe.

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Pride Institute in Sedona

September 18, 2012

  I will be visiting with some of my favorite people in one of my favorite places.   The Pride Institute is holding its annual alumni meeting at the fabulous Enchantment Resort in Sedona AZ. Sept 20-22.I hope to do a bit of mountain bike riding after the morning sessions. Sedona is where I hold […]

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Technology on the Rocks Video

June 15, 2012
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What is IPv6?

June 13, 2012

Good to know: After years of testing, major Internet companies, internet service providers, and independent Websites, will switch permanently to IPv6, the next-generation Internet networking technology on June 6. For most end-users and SMBs, nothing will change, as their computers will continue to connect to the Internet and their favorite services will remain online. via […]

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Webinar June 14

June 10, 2012
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Sedona Bike Ride

May 11, 2012

Check out this You Tube video of mountain biking in Sedona. The guy in the video is a young stud showing off. We won’t be doing this extreme riding. However the video does show the general trail type and the amazing red rock scenery.

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Monitors in the Treatment Rooms

April 25, 2012

From the High Tech Guide, “Computers in the Treatment Rooms”

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Technology on The Rocks Sedona AZ

March 19, 2012

Gorgeous Images of Sedona June 7-9, 2012 Registration Information

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Top 11 of 2011

February 20, 2012

From Dentalcompare. What I found interesting is that nine of the eleven items dentists were most interested in can be considered high tech. we decided to take a look at what the top products for 2011 were. We looked at a few different metrics, combining views, how many times information was requested and how many times […]

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The High Tech Power Practice

January 9, 2012

I will be presenting a half day program at the Yankee Dental Congress January 28, 2012 Everyday dentists are faced with remarkable new high tech products that do everything from finding caries to making a crown. Digital technology is revolutionizing every aspect of dental practice including how we make clinical decisions and how we communicate. […]

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Is Email Dead?

December 30, 2011

If you read this PC Magazine article… Frankly, email is wasteful. Sure, it doesn’t require chopping down trees like paper mail, but it creates a mess of data that often winds up in the hands of people who don’t need it. via Is Email Dead? | News & Opinion | PCMag.com. The author is not […]

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