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Mike Uretz
Mike Uretz is a nationally-recognized Dental software and Electronic Health Records (EHR) expert. Mike has helped hundreds of individual practices and multi-clinic groups properly evaluate and select software vendors and solutions, structure and negotiate pricing and contracts, provide implementation oversight and vendor management. Mike was a member of the Certification Commission for Health Information Technology EHR vendor certification workgroup, and has been a member of various federal and state working committees for EHR business practices and policy. Having been involved with the EHR Incentive program from day one, Mike has helped a number of states, to evaluate and select EHR vendors, structure contracts and agreements, and manage vendor issues. As co-chairman of the Best practices advisory committee for EHR Contracts, Mike has been instrumental in developing standards for structuring vendor contracts and pricing for use by state programs nationwide He is the founder and editorial director of DentalSoftwareAdvisor.com, a trusted and objective online resource on all matters related to dental software. He is also the point person for Advanstar’s coverage of dental EHRs and their evolving role in the dental industry and can be reached by e-mail at [email protected]
Are dental schools providing adequate software preparedness?
Are dental schools providing adequate software preparedness?
We’re only going to be more reliant on dental software in the future, so the time to start training is now.
The Cloud is here... but some software vendors refuse to change
The Cloud is here... but some software vendors refuse to change
While dental practices are embracing The Cloud, some software vendors aren't open to making the change.
Does your software vendor really care about your problems?
Does your software vendor really care about your problems?
Once the deal is closed, the software is installed and payment is made, what happens when you have an issue that isn't easily resolved?
DentiMax pushing certification to the next level
DentiMax pushing certification to the next level
Learn how DentiMax is helping dentists navigate the ins and outs of EHR incentive claims and the associated meaningful use guidelines.
How to avoid HIPAA penalties with a Security Risk Assessment
How to avoid HIPAA penalties with a Security Risk Assessment
A Security Risk Assessment could save your dental practice from major repercussions and financial penalties in the event of a HIPAA violation.
State technology subsidies: Dentistry’s best-kept secret
State technology subsidies: Dentistry’s best-kept secret
Why would a five-provider dental practice throw away over $300,000 in state subsidies that they were eligible to receive? Probably because they weren't aware of a federal program administered by individual states that has been around for five years now and has distributed over $30 billion to mostly medical practices while many dental practices have stood on the sideline.
Is it time to switch software vendors?
Is it time to switch software vendors?
We are in the midst of a revolution in the dental software industry that is dictating the way groups and practices run their operations and do business. Some of these changes include software certification testing, advanced clinical and EHR features, cloud technology, better imaging integration, improved cash flow and risk reduction, higher levels of security and more advanced technology platforms.
New online tool helps practices evaluate dental EHR vendors
New online tool helps practices evaluate dental EHR vendors
The new online interface lets practices compare and evaluate EHR programs to determine the right fit.
Cloud-based dental imaging heats up
The benefits of cloud-based imaging range from mobile access of images to a standard image format (DICOM) for transferring images to a secure portal in which to share images with referrals and members of the care team.
How to protect your dental EHRs from cyber attacks
How to protect your dental EHRs from cyber attacks
Dentists are switching over to EHRs, but recent patient database hacks have many practitioners worried about the security of electronic systems. So, how can dentists protect their EHR patient data?