Steps on how to choose and implement Electronic Health Record Software

November 19, 2014

Mike Uretz of DentalSoftwareAdvisor.com and Dental Software Editor for Dental Products Report has been involved with Electronic Health Records (EHRs) and practice management for about 14 years. In this time, he’s seen the medical industry embrace EHRs. Now, they are entering the dental world.

Mike Uretz of DentalSoftwareAdvisor.com and Dental Software Editor for Dental Products Report has been involved with Electronic Health Records (EHRs) and practice management for about 14 years. In this time, he’s seen the medical industry embrace EHRs. Now, they are entering the dental world.

Uretz’ goal is to make sure the dental industry is better informed and ready for the EHR revolution sweeping dentistry. But, he admits, it can be confusing.

“We’re just on the horizon of introducing dental electronic health records technology,” Uretz says. “It’s just starting to happen, but it’s happening very quickly.”

He outlines the various factors driving the EHR revolution in this on-demand webinar: What You Should Know About the Electronic Health Record Revolution. Watch it for free here.

For the transition to EHRs, the first steps for any office are the selection and implementation process of the technology, which can be a scary step.  To help, Uretz has created easy, step-by-step guides on how to handle each of these ventures.

With the help of our sponsor, Patterson Dental, we are able to provide the two following step-by-step guides to our readers:

How to Evaluate and Select Dental Electronic Health Record Software in 13 Easy Steps

How to Successfully Implement a New Dental EHR System