New Dentech updates announced

April 1, 1999
Health-Tech Systems, Inc., a single-source provider of dental-management and clinical-integration systems, announces the latest updates for its popular Dentech system. Provided for both the UNIX and Windows versions, they include new appointment scheduling, report and program enhancements, as well as new windows and color options.

Health-Tech Systems, Inc., a single-source provider of dental-management and clinical-integration systems, announces the latest updates for its popular Dentech system. Provided for both the UNIX and Windows versions, they include new appointment scheduling, report and program enhancements, as well as new windows and color options.

Among the highlights for the UNIX Version 3.6/2.6 is a new module for treatment and clinical notes copy, which has been added to the history-processing program. It allows the transfer of a patient`s past-treatment history, clinical notes, and even patient messages to a new patient number, easily accommodating patient-account transitions.

Included within the new programs for the updated Windows Version 2.0 is the Winlink tool. It broadens the user`s software capabilities via a link between the Dentech system and the user`s favorite windows programs, enabling Dentech data to be incorporated into the spreadsheets or graphs of the user`s various programs. There are three new "windows" added to the Windows version. They include an open items window, a benefits window, and a family member look-up window.

For additional information or a product demonstration on the updated Dentech system, contact Gloriana Peix, Health-Tech Systems, Inc., 275 Oser Avenue, Hauppauge, NY 11788-3637; call (516) 434-3111; or visit the company`s Web site at www.healthtechinc.com.

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