For new customers looking for a practice, it starts with convenience. And as a customer-centric business, automating the feedback loop is key. Read this post to find out how Podium integrates with Open Dental to automate and optimize your customer journey, to take your practice to the next level.
Ransomware presents a growing threat to your practice. Read this post to learn more about the types of ransomware, its potential impact on your practice, and how UnisonBDS from Central Data Storage can help protect your data and reputation against ransomware.
In the second of our 3-part series, learn about the audience that’s driving messaging and marketing strategies for a lot of businesses, how they search for and select dentists online, and the steps you need to take now to earn their business!
Dentists across the country are moving to the Cloud. The Cloud is the next important practice technology, as it gives practices the ability to work remotely, and has built-in security benefits. Now there is an easy, effective way to have your Open Dental in the Cloud. DentalTek provides a safe, HIPAA compliant environment for your patient data, giving you and your staff instant access from anywhere in the world.
In the first of our 3-part series, read how most research from consumers looking for a new dentist is conducted online, why good local search rankings and a good online reputation are essential for dental practices that want to be found and chosen, and steps you can take right now for an immediate impact.
Natural disasters are a huge threat to your business’ mission critical data. Data loss, whether from natural disasters or other causes, can have a devastating and sometimes terminal impact on a business. Read this post from Central Data Storage, and take advantage of their special offer (valued at nearly $200) to make sure you’re prepared for anything.
Read this post to understand “The Cloud,” the difference between cloud-hosting and being cloud-based, and get the information you need to help you evaluate what’s right for your practice.
Whether you host your Open Dental Software on a server in your practice or in the cloud, it is imperative that you have a comprehensive backup strategy. And don’t forget – this is also a requirement for HIPAA compliance. Does your backup strategy have the X-Factor? While there […]