RecordLinc has launched their newest product called MyDentalFiles with the purpose of empowering patients with access and control of their dental records and electronic forms.
Today at the Western Regional Dental Conference, RecordLinc has launched their newest product called MyDentalFiles. Through the secure online portal or iOS Application, patients can fill out their health history and dental history forms electronically, easily find current or new treating dentists, securely communicate with their dentist, and access their dental records.
Travis Rodgers, CEO and Co-founder of RecordLinc states, "We developed MyDentalFiles to empower patients to maintain their own dental history and update their health history forms in real-time. The idea came from my personal desire to reduce the number of x-rays my children have been taking and the wasted time spent filling out forms. We also received feedback from many dentists and industry experts that this is exactly what the dental industry needs."
MyDentalFiles features include:
• Electronic patients forms
• Patient access to dental records and referrals
• Doctor to patient communication in a HIPAA compliant portal
• Easily find and add treating dentists
RecordLinc has been known for an unwavering commitment to excellent product development to increase efficiency in dental offices through the use of technology. With the addition of the MyDentalFiles online portal and iOS Application, RecordLinc users can now maintain HIPAA compliance and easily communication with patients.
MyDentalFiles offers a single, secure and convenient location for patients to access their dental images, referrals, and treatment plans. In addition, the system enables patients to fill out and update their medical history and dental history before visiting the dental office, saving time for the patient and the dental office. Rodgers said, "This is a great tool that completely integrated with RecordLinc and the dentists practice management systems, which saves patients and dentists a lot of time and money. Patients no longer have to spend time filling out paperwork before appointments, they move straight to the chair, and reduce radiation exposure by taking less x-rays and dentists can get updated health histories automatically."