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November 18, 2011 News Computer softwareElearning

The line forms to the right!!!! or left………..

by ken

The University of Pittsburgh offers a Dental Informatics program…. Pittsburgh, pA:  November 15, 2011– The University of Pittsburgh is seeking applicants for MS,PhD, and postdoctoral positions for its training program in dental informatics. These programs provide training in a cutting-edge discipline which is focused on

October 30, 2011 News Dental AssociationsElectronic Health RecordsGovernment regulationsTechnologyTrends in Dentistry

Cry havoc and let slip the dogs of war – encryption of collegial communication looms in Ontario

by ken

Dangerous posting on many levels.  First look at the image below and ask yourself the following two questions:  1,,) Does everyone in Ontario receive this, which would imply that email is mandatory for dental offices in Ontario which for all

August 10, 2011 News Cloud computing

Is it time for the cloud to come to your practice?

by ken

From Dental Economics by Martin Jablow Dental technology continues to move forward. Slow speed belt driven handpieces have given way to precision electric handpieces. Impressions can now be taken with a camera. We are replacing a scalpel with a laser.

July 30, 2011 News BlogsElearningElectronic Health RecordsTrends in Dentistry

Follow the bouncing cursor REDUX

by ken

Take the concept of the previous blog – all you need to do to review past entries is click the masthead and then either review by category or by month in archives. The point of any PUSH technology or as

May 22, 2011 News Cloud computingPractice managementTrends in Dentistry

If less is more, then nothing is everything – Going Paperless

by ken

With the entire world inevitably going into “the clouds” for computer archiving/storage, tis long overdue to natter about GOING PAPERLESS.  The simplest and easiest way to do this is – drum roll please – a WEBINAR!!!! From Larry Emmott’s blog

May 6, 2011 News Dental industryElearningElectronic Health RecordsInnovations in dentistryMarketing strategiesPractice managementSocial networkingTechnologyTrends in Dental EducationTrends in DentistryWebsites

Anticipatrending…..Wiki Word of the Week

by ken

From Digital Trends by Geoff Duncan – May 6, 2011 I sincerely expect that in the next year or so, dental industry and practice websites will be infused with APPS to drive business and market services…….one simply needs to follow

May 6, 2011 News Innovations in dentistryMarketing strategiesNew TechnologiesPractice managementTechnologyTrends in DentistryWomen in dentistry

YAPI – Patient Flow Management and Productivity Solution

by ken

By Larry Emmott – May 2, 2011 There is a new technology product I am very excited about that will be introduced at the Townie Meeting May 4-7 in Las Vegas. It is called YAPI. At first glance YAPI looks like

April 10, 2011 News Photography

iPADs and Dental Photography

by ken

Cinq for iPad is a great way to present images to your patients. Cinq is a $2 app that allows you to access all of your images stored on your computer. You install a free program on your computer, specify

February 17, 2011 News General News

Danger Will Robinson, Danger………..you’re out of a job….

by ken

IBM computer could act as a physician’s assistant, sorting electronic medical histories and even diagnosing patients……….. Computerworld – The game show-playing supercomputer Watson is expected to do much more than make a name for itself on Jeopardy. IBM’s computer could very well

February 6, 2011 News Humour

Dentist ready to retire after 57 years – had massive student loans

by ken

staff photo | Dusty Compton Buy photo Tuscaloosa dentist Dr. E.K. Wood, seen in his office on 15th Street, is retiring after 57 years of dentistry. By Stephanie Taylor Staff Writer Published: Friday, February 4, 2011 at 3:30 a.m. Last

February 3, 2011 News Digital radiography

Ambient light can damage PSP image quality – Revenge of the sensors

by ken

Digital radiography is without question the standard of care in dentistry.    http://www.compendiumlive.com/article.php?id=2067 http://emmottontechnology.com/radiography/sensor-wars/ There are two basic means to acquire a digital image: Image via Wikipedia Direct: This is the fastest method to acquire an image and requires a specially coated