List Of Recommended Web Site Resources for My
A patient can go to a secure link, complete registration and medical history forms and we get notified and print
out the forms and set up the chart and verify any insurance coverage. Here is the review I
For my practice Submit Patient Forms
adds to the High Tech image of the practice, while at the same time frees me to discuss face-to-face with the
patient the forms that I review prior to seeing the patient. Forearmed with the information they submit, we can
verify any insurance benefits and I can spend my efforts in discussing their medical and dental situations giving
the patient (and me) a sense that I know them a little better at our first meeting than if they walk in and fill
out the forms in my office. This brings a more human touch and establishes rapport with the patient, who hopefully
will choose me as their dentist for a long time into the future.
http://pcarchiver.com/reviews.html -- a system to scan and
retrieve scanned charts and invoices from vendors.
I have a small Manhattan office with not much space for inactive records. After two
years of inactivity, we use PCArchiver to scan the charts and store them offsite. We also scan the EOB's of
active patients when they make the charts too thick. With PCArchiver, its a snap to pull up their old chart,
print it out and make up a new chart adding only the new forms needed (HIPAA, updated medical history, etc.)
What is equally great is that we have all the "old" data such as materials used, shade/color specified for
restorations, clinical description of oral conditions, etc. One last point: We are within 2 to 5 blocks of
several major NYC hospitals and our patient base is filled with medical staff who train here and move on
after several years all around the country and beyond. When that happens, it is simple to scan the chart and
transmit the multipage TIFF file to their new dentist in their new home town. Support: Excellent. Review by
Simon W Rosenberg DMD, Dentist, New York, NY
http://www.InternetDentalEnterprises.com -- a site with a multitude
of resources to increase your web presence, traffic and patient/client response.