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    5 EHR tips that could save your dental practice

    What you need to know about transitioning to EHR, negotiating contracts and how to stay HIPAA compliant.

    Knowing the ins and outs of EHR could make a huge difference for your dental practice.

    KeyboardThe transition to EHR may seem daunting for a lot of practices, but it doesn’t have to be. In the ever-evolving world of dentistry, adaptability is crucial for success—not to mention that many of the new developments in the dental industry will make your practice run much more smoothly in the long run. By streamlining processes, making communication simpler and generally helping your practice function more efficiently, making the switch to EHR is a crucial next step for group and solo practices alike.

    Related reading: The DPR archives: Everything you need to know about EHR

    The bottom line: EHR could save your dental practice. But we know dipping your toes into the EHR pool (or changing vendors, or renegotiating contracts, or staying HIPAA compliant) can feel overwhelming. To help, we compiled a list of the top five EHR articles by our software editor, Mike Uretz, that we feel all dental professionals should read.

    Continue to the next page to see the must-read tips.


    Laura Dorr
    Laura Dorr is the executive editor of DPR's Modern Dental Network.


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