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February 5, 2013 News Data storageElectronic Health RecordsEncryptionNew Technologies

I Got Your “Back”

by lorne

For offices that are using practice management software and digital imaging, the need to have a proper backup protocol in place is absolutely critical. Few offices would be able to easily recover from the loss of their most important data,

July 6, 2012 News Cloud computingData storageElectronic Health RecordsEncryptionNew Technologies

Up in the Cloud

by lorne

As anyone who has to use technology daily knows (and that applies to everyone reading this article!), technology is a quickly moving target. Technologies that seemed so fresh and new just a few short years ago now seem passé and

May 31, 2012 News Data storageElectronic Health RecordsNew dentistsNew gradsPractice management

The “Lap” of Luxury?

by lorne

In my last blog post, we explored the features of a server and how to choose one for a dental office. When it comes to the operatory, in recent years, many companies are recommending laptops as an alternative to the typical operatory

May 25, 2012 News Data storagePractice management

To “Serve” and Protect

by lorne

The modern dental office continues to evolve at a rapid pace. Many dentists are building or upgrading their practices to achieve their goal of a paperless or chartless system. There are many components to this, which includes electronic chart notes,

December 24, 2011 News Computer softwareData storageEncryptionGeneral NewsInnovations in dentistryNew TechnologiesPrivacy issuesTechnology

Encryption – yawn!!! – been there, done that – wait six months

by ken

The most exciting thing about technology is it enables one to be creative in ways unimaginable in the era prior to the Internet.  Digital signatures are currently necessary; however, a pain as they require acknowledgment, a lot of software futzing

December 24, 2011 News APPsCloud computingComputer softwareData storageElearningElectronic Health RecordsEncryption

Visual communications solutions

by ken

Not sure why, but I tend to avoid banner ads……mistake in this case – http://www.servdentist.com/products_overview.en.html Banner at the top of the OHJ website – reviewed on the fly, but once the site came up – WOW!!!  We are blessed here

December 17, 2011 News Computer softwareConnectivityData storagePractice managementTechnology

Company Introduces Platform For Wirelessly Connecting Medical Devices – 2Net implications for dentistry await..

by ken

December 17th, 2011 by Felasfa Wodajo, M.D. in News One of the major announcements at last week’s mHealth Summit was made by Qualcomm who introduced a new platform for wirelessly connecting medical devices. The 2net platform abstracts away the details of connecting a

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There is a god; we made the New York Times Sunday Review

by ken

IT’S become commonplace to criticize the “Occupy” movement for failing to offer an alternative vision. But the thousands of activists in the streets of New York and London aren’t the only ones lacking perspective: economists, to whom we might expect

July 1, 2011 News APPsChronic dental care for the elderlyCloud computingCommunity outreachComputer softwareData storageDental ethicsElectronic Health RecordsSocial networkingTechnologyTrends in Dentistry

Connected health isn’t about the devices – it must align people and providers

by ken

This blog entry is about medical issues, but it can readily be extrapolated to our client base and dental insurers. I am no actuary, but I’ll make book that dental benefits in this economy with contract renewals for unions and

June 4, 2011 News Computer softwareCone beam computed tomographyCosmetic DentistryData storageDentoMaxilloFacialRadiologyDigital radiographyElearningEvidence based dentistryInnovations in dentistryNew TechnologiesTradeshowsTrends in Dental EducationTrends in Dentistry

Live dental events help grow 3-D education

by ken

From Dental IQ – June 3, 2011 HATFIELD, Pennsylvania–The 3D Imaging Institute, sponsored by Imaging Sciences International, has announced the latest addition to its curriculum of 3-D dentistry events: the Live 3D Dentistry Forum. Image via Wikipedia To read more

May 23, 2011 News Cloud computingData storage


by ken

Paperless, cbCT images, anon………going to the cloud will make a difference, however, in the meantime, what to do, what to do re; backup as our storage grows into TERABYTES…. OPEN CALL TO THE DENTAL COMPUTER SUPPORT FOLKS!!!  Blog entries on