Rhinogram, DynaFlex announce remote care partnership

July 8, 2020

Rhinogrm is partnering up with DynaFlex to offer clients the ability to provide virtual visits for patients and real-time communication.

Cloud-based telehealth company Rhinogrm is partnering up dental manufacturer and distributer DynaFlex® to offer clients the ability to provide virtual visits for patients and real-time communication, the company announced in a press release. Rhinogram clients will be able to communicate with patients via simple texts (SMS) and multimedia texts (MMS), giving dental and orthodontic practices the ability to better engage with patients while streamlining workflows.

"Our nation has recently seen an increase in the necessity for both virtual care and remote patient engagement. These capabilities are more essential now than ever before. However, the demand from patients for easy access to healthcare is nothing new," said Rhinogram Chairman and CEO, Dr. Keith Dressler. "We are looking forward to our alliance with DynaFlex that will open the door for even more practices and providers across the nation to remove the barriers between themselves and their patients."

Rhinogram enables providers to securely communicate with patients via two-way texting at any time from their mobile device to address appointment requests, clinical questions, refill questions, medical records access, and more. The platform also provides facilitation of virtual visits with patients in real-time. Rhinogram is designed to integrate with most EHR and PMS systems, synchronizing secure, encrypted patient communication into clinical workflows.

Rhinogram also includes a quick message-triage to appropriate team members, allowing the scheduling team to handle appointments, billing staff to field financial and insurance questions, and freeing clinical team members to address care concerns. The complete history of SMS messages is archived in the patient’s communication record, allowing practitioners to quickly reference past communication with their patients. Patients do not have to download an app or log in to a portal to communicate with their clinician or staff.

"When looking to implement new technology for the DynaFlex community, we turned to Rhinogram because they are committed to innovative technology that drives efficiency and results for the practices they serve," said Mike Parlante, director of business development at DynaFlex. "As organizations all across the nation shift to virtual care, we are proud to bring our clients the Rhinogram telehealth platform to assist in providing simple and secure remote care."

For more information, visit Rhinogram at rhinogram.com.