Online patient registration, practice management

April 1, 2000
Dentisoft, Inc. says it has the world`s first online patient registration and dental-practice management on the Internet (to be available during the second quarter of 2000). There is no software to purchase or install. The system is accessible from anywhere on the Internet using inexpensive hardware. The system includes free back-up, upgrades, and linkage to multiple practices. Patients can check appointments, balances, recalls online, and communicate with the dental office. This offer is free t

Dentisoft, Inc. says it has the world`s first online patient registration and dental-practice management on the Internet (to be available during the second quarter of 2000). There is no software to purchase or install. The system is accessible from anywhere on the Internet using inexpensive hardware. The system includes free back-up, upgrades, and linkage to multiple practices. Patients can check appointments, balances, recalls online, and communicate with the dental office. This offer is free to the first 1,000 customers.

For details, call Dentisoft, Inc. at (800) 847-7638 or e-mail [email protected].

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