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Electronic Dental Records Adoption

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Recently, a study published in the Journal of the American Dental Association shows a growing trend among U.S. dentists to incorporate EDR technology into their practice. Learn about how technology …

Recently, a study published in the Journal of the American Dental Association shows a growing trend among U.S. dentists to incorporate EDR technology into their practice. Learn about how technology adoption has changed over the last decade among dentists, as well as how they are using the technology in their practices.

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  • 1. Electronic DentalRecords Adoption
  • 2. Recently, a study published in the Journal of the American Dental Association shows a growing trend among U.S. dentists to incorporate EDRtechnology into their practice.
  • 3. ‘04-’05
  • 4. 25 percent of dentists use “chairside computing” 1.8 percent are “paperless”‘04-’05
  • 5. 25 percent of dentists use “chairside computing”1.8 percent are “paperless”‘04-’05 ’06-’07
  • 6. 55.5 percent of dentists use “chairside computing” 25 percent of dentists use 1.8 percent are “paperless” “chairside computing”1.8 percent are “paperless”‘04-’05 ’06-’07
  • 7. 25 percent of 55.5 percent of dentists use dentists use “chairside “chairside computing” computing”1.8 percent are 1.8 percent are “paperless” “paperless”‘04-’05 ’06-’07 2012
  • 8. 75 percent of dentists use “chairside computing” 15 percent are “paperless” 25 percent of 55.5 percent of dentists use dentists use “chairside “chairside computing” computing”1.8 percent are 1.8 percent are “paperless” “paperless”‘04-’05 ’06-’07 2012
  • 9. 25 percent of 55.5 percent of dentists use dentists use 75 percent of dentists use “chairside “chairside computing” computing” “chairside computing”1.8 percent are 1.8 percent are 15 percent are “paperless” “paperless” “paperless”‘04-’05 ’06-’07 2012
  • 10. Technology adoption among dental practices TRIPLED in less than a decade. 25 percent of 55.5 percent of dentists use dentists use 75 percent of dentists use “chairside “chairside computing” computing” “chairside computing”1.8 percent are 1.8 percent are 15 percent are “paperless” “paperless” “paperless”‘04-’05 ’06-’07 2012
  • 11. But what kind of dataare dentists capturing on their EDR?
  • 12. Patient Appointment Information 85 percent stored in EDR
  • 13. Treatment Plans 73 percent stored in EDR
  • 14. Image Modalities 60 percent stored in EDR
  • 15. Dental Status 57 percent stored in EDR
  • 16. Medical History 40 percent stored in EDR
  • 17. Progress Notes 40 percent stored in EDR
  • 18. Chief Complaint 37 percent stored in EDR
  • 19. Want to learn more aboutDentists & Meaningful Use?Visit this page for our explanation ofhow dentists can qualify for the CMSMedicare or Medicaid EHR Incentives http://www.successehs.com/item/q-are- dentists-eligible-for-meaningful-use.htm

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