Jarvis Analytics Now Available for Private Dental Practices

The data analytics platform from Henry Schein One that was once only available for DSOs is now available for private dental practices.

Henry Schein One announced that its dental analytics platform, Jarvis Analytics, is now available for private dental practices. Jarvis Analytics for Private Practices was launched during the 2022 Chicago Dental Society Midwinter Meeting and is designed based on the original platform for dental service organizations (DSOs). New features are simplified for practice members to collect and analyze data, automate workflows, identify operations, understand patient behaviors, and make decisions according to the data, according to Chief Executive Officer of Henry Schein One Mike Baird.

“Data analytics is the new vehicle for accelerating dental business growth,” Baird said in a press release from the company. “DSOs have been using this technology for years, and now we are bringing it to the private practice. Dental practices that use Jarvis Analytics can apply their data to see what has happened, what is happening, and then make strategic decisions and changes to help improve performance.”

Jarvis collects the data from the practice management system present in the dental practice. It then takes that data and collates it in reports and digestible dashboards. Practice management systems that work with Jarvis Analytics include Dentrix®, Dentrix Ascend®, Eaglesoft, Open Dental, Denticon, and more. This was done to encourage easy integration with popular management systems. With these insights, Henry Schein One hopes to support dental practice business growth, according to Executive Director of Analytics at Henry Schein One, Steven Maroulis.

As more data is generated everywhere, businesses need analytics in every part of their operation to support their growth,” Maroulis said in the press release. “We want every business that operates in the dental industry to see how analytics will help their business grow. With Jarvis Analytics, dental practices can turn data into dollars using analytics to help identify out-of-the-box revenue streams.”