November 13, 2020| LocalMed SuccessDental SoftwareDental Marketing
The Power and Impact of Online Scheduling
Rapidly rising overhead costs. Stringent new infection control requirements. Hiring and retaining qualified staff. Heightened patient anxiety regarding the safety of receiving needed treatment. And of course, navigating all of the complexities associated with a global pandemic. Is it even possible to thrive in such a difficult business climate? Happily, the answer is an absolute “yes!”
January 23, 2019| Dental Software
4 Questions to Ask Before Buying Online Scheduling
Online scheduling is obviously important, but not all online scheduling platforms are created equal. How can you know which is right for your practice?
January 02, 2018| Dental Software
Online Scheduling has a Bad Reputation - but We Fixed it.
In the dental world, online scheduling has a terrible reputation. Tons of extra follow-up work, double- or even triple-booked appointments, inefficient scheduling workarounds and fake patient information among other things have marred dentist’s views on patients booking appointments online.
August 22, 2017| Dental Software
Infographic: Does YOUR Dental Practice Need Online Scheduling?
Short answer: YES.
July 11, 2017| Dental Software
LocalMed vs. SolutionReach Limelight
In 2012, LocalMed was founded in Baton Rouge intending to make scheduling appointments online easy for both patients and providers. SolutionReach is a suite of patient-relationship management software that was founded in 2000 under the name “Smile Reminder”.
May 28, 2015| Dental Software
The Gap in the Dental Industry
The thought of letting patients schedule their own appointments online can seem scary. While online scheduling is the norm for just about every other industry, dentistry seems to be an untouchable field. But why?
February 25, 2015| Dental Software
What Integration With Your Practice Management System Should Mean
Many technology companies may claim “integration” with your practice management system (PMS), but in reality, very few are actually fully integrated.