Dental Symphony in use at Touro College of Dental Medicine

We are proud to announce that Dental Symphony’s online forms are being used in the patient clinic at Touro College of Dental Medicine at New York Medical College.

A perfect fit as Dental Symphony was created by dentists for dentists, in order to harken back to the formative experiences of dental students in the school setting.

The online pre-clinical assessment will allow new patients of Touro Dental Health to provide clinicians with their medical history—and other registration information that is generally provided in person during the patient’s first visit—from the comfort and safety of their homes. Upon submission of this information, a student and faculty member will arrange a teledentistry visit to discuss the patient’s history and needs in detail prior to their appointment, giving students the opportunity to get to know their patients before they even step through the door. This virtual patient intake process will not only save valuable time at the patient’s first appointment, but will effectively limit person to person contact.

”Touro College of Dental Medicine, 2020, Touro Dental Health Reopens and Refines the Patient Care Experience “[Press release]

“The pandemic has presented us with an opportunity to refine the patient experience and to utilize these digital tools in ways that will improve the patient process, while advancing the education of our students.”

Edward F. Farkas, D.D.S., M.A., Vice Dean at TCDM.

Dental Symphony, created by an active clinical team, has the unique ability to easily customize online forms as needed, offer demographic and clinical analytics, have compatibility alongside current workflows and with other systems, and, is the only online forms company offering vital clinical support at the point-of-care.

Dr. Michael Glick, former dean of the School of Dental Medicine at the University at Buffalo, is an active member of Dental Symphony’s clinical team.

“Dental Symphony is a well designed and helpful tool for clinicians in any setting. In particular, it adds a much needed teaching modality for assessment and safe care of medically complex dental patients.” 

Michael Glick, D.M.D.

Dr. Glick is the creator of the MCS patient classification which is a systematic approach to classify the “medical complexity status” for a patient as it relates to the potential for adverse events during treatment.

It informs, at sight potential adverse medical events and potentially necessary modifications of dental treatment protocols.

Read the full Touro College of Dental Medicine’s press release here.

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