MacPractice DDS 5.1 features next-generation dental charting

August 19, 2015

A leading OS X native dental software, ICD-10-capable MacPractice 5.1 is compatible with Yosemite (required for charting) and Mavericks and interoperates with MacPractice’s iOS 8 compatible Patient Check In, Clipboard and iEHR apps for iPad, as well MacPractice Interface for iPad and MacPractice Interface for iPhone.

Dental industry firsts include fully integrated, secure, HIPAA-compliant communications, integrated online patient services and reputation marketing.

MacPractice DDS 5.1 features next-generation dental charting and imaging and dental industry-first fully integrated, HIPAA-compliant communication, faxing and reputation marketing powered by BirdEye.

A leading OS X native dental software, ICD-10-capable MacPractice 5.1 is compatible with Yosemite (required for charting) and Mavericks and interoperates with MacPractice’s iOS 8 compatible Patient Check InClipboard and iEHR apps for iPad, as well MacPractice Interface for iPad and MacPractice Interface for iPhone.

 

“We’ve studied the market and collaborated with our clients. MacPractice DDS 5.1 has the best dental charting and online patient services, including HIPAA-compliant secure messaging,” said Mark Hollis, MacPractice co-founder and CEO. “With MacPractice DDS, patients can use iPads, as well as our integrated online patient services, to enter demographics and clinical information, and dentists and hygienists can review patient-entered structured data, visit notes, photos and X-rays on an iPad with their patient. With MacPractice 5.1, dentists avoid expensive web services contracts using superior online solutions available at lower cost with superior software integration and support and functionality that can only be provided by their practice management software developer.”

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MacPractice’s updated clinical abilities include Perio 2, Restorative 2 and DR 2 (digital radiography/photo). Scheduling has also been rewritten to boost speed and performance in the office, especially for remote offices.

MacPractice 5.1 is said to set a new standard for integrated practice communications. Besides integrated faxing and HIPAA-secure messaging powered by Updox and MacPractice, MacPractice plans to provide every service available from third parties to its users at a lower cost and with tighter integration and greater security, along with web services not available from other vendors.

For practices without a website, MacPractice plans to create and host a one-page site for $10 monthly. MacPractice 5.1 has new practice management reports requested by dentists. MacPractice’s preferred vendor for phone, text and/or email patient reminders is AutoRemind, which is tightly integrated with MacPractice Schedule and includes automatic appointment status updates. MacPractice partners with Transworldto provide in-application collection services superior to those offered by web services that cannot write back to practice management software.

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MacPractice DDS MU 5.0 is ONC-ACB 2014 Edition Certified, and MacPractice will maintain certification for MacPractice DDS MU 5.1.

With 30 years of Mac experience, 30,000 MacPractice users in 4,000 practices, 135 corporate staff in their recently expanded 30,000 square foot facility and 40 full-time MacPractice practice consultants in the field, MacPractice is a leading Apple developer of OS X and iOS native software for dentists who prefer to use Macs, iPads and iPhones. Local representation, training and installation of MacPractice is available in the United States, UK and Australia. MacPractice products are used in 31 countries and developed and supported in Lincoln, Neb.

Visit macpractice.com to learn more about MacPractice software and services, to hear what MacPractice users have to say about their experience and to register for a webinar.

Purchasers of MacPractice DDS 5.1 receive $500 or $1,000 off for an EHR trade-up until Dec. 31.

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