Electronic record technology helps revolutionize the dental industry.
SILICON VALLEY, California--RecordLinc Inc., a company created by dental professionals who provide communication solutions for fellow dental professionals, has released an electronic dental record solution for patient file-sharing, dentist-to-dentist communication, and dental practitioner collaboration.
RecordLinc software creates a bridge between dental practices so general dentists, dental specialists, treatment coordinators, dental labs, and dental office team members can share and collaborate on patients’ files through an HIPAA-compliant application. The software can be accessed with an Internet connection, and it enables real-time discussions and patient file-sharing.
This access program allows doctors to upload dental records, collaborate on patient cases, and even form study groups that will help improve patient care across the industry. Dr. Gregory Burnett, DDS, a California orthodontist, designed the Internet-based application to help maximize quality of patient care by making records more accessible.
RecordLinc’s network of dental professionals helps make it easy for dentists to collaborate on treatment plans and connect with colleagues they may know from school, study clubs, or simply afar.
At first glance, RecordLinc looks like a professional networking tool, but the real power of the system is the ability to integrate into various practice management systems. Therefore, doctors can send patient referrals and transfers, as well as join the largest online network of associations, alumni groups, and study clubs.
Perfecting the Multi-Specialty Practice
According to CEO and Co-Founder Travis Rodgers, “Our goal is for RecordLinc to be considered the backbone for the exchange of dental records and doctor collaboration around the world.”
More than 600,000 dental professional profiles are loaded in the RecordLinc system, and the new software continues to be implemented in practices throughout the country and the world.
“It’s time for a change,” said Rodgers. “The medical field is moving in this direction; why shouldn’t the dental industry? This is a huge time saver for all dental practitioners. We feel our product has the potential to revolutionize and improve the dental industry.”
Future updates of the RecordLinc software are under development. Forthcoming enhancements for the product will likely include patient and guardian access to the system, e-filing for insurance claims, pretreatment forms, online prescriptions, and an application to allow integration into practice-management software programs.
For more information, visit www.RecordLinc.com.
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