Team EHR: Everything you and your dental team need to know about electronic dental records

We spent a good part of 2013 with an electronic health records (EHR) expert, Mike Uretz, to outline the necessary procedure of adopting EHRs into a dental practice.

Jan 3rd, 2014
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January 3, 2013

We spent a good part of 2013 with an electronic health records (EHR) expert, Mike Uretz, to outline the necessary procedure of adopting EHRs into a dental practice. Uretz, editor-in-chief of DentalSoftwareAdvisor.com, proposed tackling the implementation as a team. Below, he has outlined several steps in how to do it. Each article is paired with a video interview to answer readers’ follow-up questions.

Team EHR: A team approach to electronic dental records
Team EHR: In EHR, the “H” may very well stand for hygienist
Team EHR: Electronic health records and the dentist
Team EHR: EHR and the office manager – the chart stops here
Team EHR: Negotiating your dental electronic health records system
Team EHR: Support (will your dental software vendor walk the walk?)
New HIPAA Omnibus rules are a game changer

If, after reviewing these seven articles, you’re still confused, email us. We may use your question in the next edition of Team EHR.

Lauren Burns is the editor of Proofs magazine and the email newsletters RDH Graduate and Proofs. She is currently based out of New York City. Follow her on Twitter: @ellekeid.

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