After conducting an extensive study of all available EDR solutions, KCU’s College of Dental Medicine selected eClinicalWorks for its robust functionalities, ease of use, and integrated medical records for interprofessional education and care. “We were impressed with eClinicalWorks’ experience working with community health centers (CHCs). Oral health care is often related to CHCs, so this focus aligns with our program’s mission,” said Tim Saxe, KCU’s director of strategic initiatives. “The eClinicalWorks team is very receptive and we are excited to partner with them to improve the digital dental health experience.”
The eClinicalWorks cloud-based EDR provides a complete overview of a patient’s dental history, problem lists, medications and allergies. With eClinicalWorks EDR, the KCU College of Dental Medicine will have access to:
Online booking and contactless check-in through healow Open Access®,
healow TeleVisits™ for patient evaluations, preoperative consultations and postoperative check-in visits,
Tools for patient engagement – such as the patient portal, healow® app and eClinicalMessenger®– for reminders, follow-up treatment and patient satisfaction surveys and
Interactive diagrams to show tooth movement, quick start buttons for procedures, cost estimation tools and referral, order and medication management.
“We are proud to partner with the KCU College of Dental Medicine as they train the next generation of dental health professionals,” said Girish Navani, CEO and co-founder of eClinicalWorks. “This partnership will help equip future dental health professionals with the skills to operate effectively and efficiently after graduation and enhance our streamlined dental care offering. eClinicalWorks continues to experience tremendous success with our comprehensive cloud-based electronic dental records as we add hundreds of new dental clients.”
Learn more about eClinicalWorks’ suite of IT health solutions at www.eclinicalworks.com.
About Kansas City University College of Dental Medicine
Kansas City University’s College of Dental Medicine is a four-year DMD curriculum with the philosophy that dentists are primary clinicians capable of caring for underserved and/or vulnerable populations. The integrated curriculum is tiered to enable continuous reinforcement of clinical and non-clinical skills throughout the program as detailed below by year. The program will welcome its first class of 80 students in July 2023. Learn more about the program at www.kansascity.edu/programs/college-of-dental-medicine.
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