Why You'll Love Cloud-Based Dental Practice Software

Kiltesh Patel
December 6, 2017 | 3 min read

T32_blog_post_sharing_v16.pngYou have a number of options when it comes to dental practice software and you'll have to decide what works best for you, your practice, and your lifestyle. Between traditional, on-site systems with servers in your office and cloud-based systems that keep your data off-site, there are a number of vendors available.

In previous posts, we've talked a lot about the benefits of cloud-based dental software. Until now, we've focused a lot on features, but not on how that will impact your life and how you run your practice.

Here are a few reasons dentists just like you love their cloud-based practice management software for new dental practices or established ones:

Access your practice information from anywhere

Cloud-Based is awesome! Functional and convenient wherever I am.

Free yourself from the office with a cloud-based system. When you can access from the cloud, you can get to your data from any device with an internet connection. This gives you a lot of latitude in when and where you can work, including multiple offices.

Save time and energy

Cloud-Based makes management of practice possible 24/7 from home.

A cloud-based system never needs you to authorize updates or upgrade your hardware. All this is done automatically and overnight, so you don't have to worry about it interrupting your day-to-day operations. 

Cloud-based systems often pull down information quicker than traditional systems due to their streamlined nature. There's no concern internally on server size and bandwidth, so your software will be snappy. 

Finally, you'll save time right at the outset since setting up these cloud-based systems are ready to go when you are. You won't spend two days or more learning the system, and you won't have to wait for someone to come out and set up servers or customize your system.

Easy to use

Very easy to use. Has freed up time and made me more productive. Web-based access from anywhere.

Cloud-based systems are built from the ground up, brand new and optimized for cloud use. Older, on-site systems have evolved, but many are stuck in the design they've used for many years. If these older systems have "cloud" options, they aren't truly cloud-based. They're often remotely accessed, or limited in the data and features that are usable.

As such, the usability of many of these systems has to be painstakingly taught and trained to you and your staff. Alternately, cloud-based systems like tab32 are easy to set up and hand off for use with minimal training. 

Want to learn more about cloud-based EHR and how the team at tab32 can set you up for success? Contact us today and we'll help you get all the information you need to get your practice off to a great start.


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