Update on EHR Rankings

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By http://www.MCOL.com and KLAS

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  1. Lorne Lavine changes his mind about dental EHRs – I’m winning, Doc

    Today I discovered Dr. Lorne Lavine no longer promotes electronic dental records. (Unlike Larry Emmott, Lavine is not endorsed by the American Dental Association).

    “Dr. Lorne Lavine, founder and president of Dental Technology Consultants, had once advocated for dental practices to invest in EHRs but is no longer a proponent.”
    (See: “9 questions to ask about EHR” By Lauren Krzyzostaniak for Dental Products Report, June 9, 2017).

    Krzyzostaniak continues:

    “When the funding was available and the office qualified [for the incentive], we absolutely advised [investing in an EHR], because that was a significant amount of money available to them,” Dr. Lavine says. “That opportunity is now gone, so we are not currently pushing EHR as an option. Most dental practices use maybe 5-10 percent of what their dental practice management software can do. They use it for patient information, scheduling, billing, treatment planning, charting and that’s kind of it. The things that you would normally get in a full-feature EHR module, the vast majority of offices don’t need or want.”

    http://www.dentalproductsreport.com/dental/article/9-questions-ask-about-ehr-0

    And for “most” offices, he’s talking probably 98 percent of them. You see, I was right all along. Dental EHRs are doomed to failure.

    D. Kellus Pruitt DDS

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