4 Ways Paperless Practices Have The Edge

In 2023, many modern dental offices have adopted paperless processes to some degree. However, for practices where digital dominates paper, there are common trends that set them apart: 

1. Higher Productivity

The staff members in the average dental office spend around
600 hours/year manually entering data. Busywork does not always equal productivity. Automating data entry gives dental teams more time to spend with patients and upsell services.

2. Better Retention Rates

80% of dental patients prefer paperless dental office processes like online scheduling, digital patient forms, and text to pay and 28% of patients switch to other offices that have these modern conveniences. 

Ready to take the digital plunge?

Going paperless is not an overnight process, however, having a plan can quell concerns from your team and foster a smoother transition. Our latest guide tackles the hard questions and helps set you on the path to paperless success.

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