cloud-based solutions

25 ways practice management software can save you money
25 ways practice management software can save you moneyWe take a look at 25 ways your practice management software could be saving you money.
Top 10 tech trends that will define 2017
Top 10 tech trends that will define 2017Dr. John Flucke shares his views on what will be the Top 10 defining dental tech trends of 2017.
The Cloud is here... but some software vendors refuse to change
The Cloud is here... but some software vendors refuse to changeWhile dental practices are embracing The Cloud, some software vendors aren't open to making the change.
DEXIS Eleven software drives efficiency with the power of the Cloud
DEXIS Eleven software drives efficiency with the power of the CloudDEXIS, LLC, a brand of the KaVo Kerr Group, announced its latest software release – DEXIS™ Eleven. Customers will benefit from a range of workflow improvements, including drag-and-drop tooth numbering, enhanced security, and fewer clicks for case presentation.
Taking the dental lab to the cloud
Taking the dental lab to the cloudDental Lab Products talks with Chad Mueller of Link Lab about his lab's recent experience working with LabStar, a cloud-based lab management system.
How to protect your dental EHRs from cyber attacks
How to protect your dental EHRs from cyber attacksDentists are switching over to EHRs, but recent patient database hacks have many practitioners worried about the security of electronic systems. So, how can dentists protect their EHR patient data?
Innovator Profile: Henry Schein Practice Solutions take practice management software to the cloud

To learn more about how Henry Schein Practice Solutions is broadening practice management software options more than ever before, DPR sat down with Rhett Burnham, Director of Product Management, Practice Management Solutions.

Tablet technology leads evolution in dental practice computing

We’ve seen a steady evolution of computing and computer usage in our offices with major upgrades/changes since the year 2000. We’ve moved from computers strictly in the business office to computers in the treatment areas.