Journal of Dental Education Software Review: Dental Symphony

Dental Symphony was reviewed in the February 2014 edition of the Journal of Dental Education (JDE).

We are pleased that they found Dental Symphony to be “an innovative program that can enhance the experience of patients and dentists in the private practice setting”.

ePatient was found to be  “easy to use and very helpful for patients who are able to access the internet”.

2017 Update:

Dental Symphony has since released (in 2016) a module called, Chair Side Forms which allows for: Complete consent forms, referral forms, examination forms, recommendation forms or any other kind of form during the patient’s appointment. This is great for strengthening your patient record and generating content for your patients or colleagues. Create custom forms or use ours.

  • eExam (which has now become Chair Side Forms) was reviewed to “provide family dental history questions that align with the medical model of looking at family disease risk factors

A new module: Patient Packets (release date is TBA) will allow: Create patient care packets for new patients, recall/hygiene patients, to accompany treatment plans, referrals, or any other reason. Integrate information you collect in ePatient to provide your patient with all the information you need them to know. Send your patients home with more than an invoice and increase satisfaction and production!

 

Click here to schedule a LIVE online demo to see if we are  fit for your office!

Dental Symphony offers ePatient: the only HIPAA compliant Online Patient Registration System with the exclusive “Pre-Clinical Analysis” tool.

ePatient was created by Dentists for Dentists and is easily adaptable for any type of practice with free customization.

Not ready to commit to a demo, no problem! Learn more about us here!

 

 

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