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Clincal referral and consulation platform

myDDSnetwork is a secure referral and consultation platform that mimics existing office processes that deal with incoming and outgoing data transfer (patient information)

Type of project: industry


Involved Persons:

Project Leader: Dr. Jeff Glaizel (myDDSnetwork.com)
Other involved People:


Is the project funded?no

DIOC user:

Jeff Glaizel (4 star_blue), myDDSnetwork.com
Jeff Glaizel's interests: clinical decision support, educational technology, practice management, computer-based patient records, patients and computers/consumer health informatics, evidence-based dentistry/electronic information resources, diagnostic and therapeutic technologies, interoperability of health care records


Jeff Glaizel (4 ), 11/24/2009:
Titus, we currently only provide a web-web interchange of data dealing with referral and consultation. However in the very near future we will be releasing a version supported by a mapping and integration engine. This will enable an interface at any level between almost any software application(dentist, hygienist, lab, medical establishment)

We look to allow enhance the proprietary collaboration functions that vendors have built by being the hub. Instead of a dental software vendor building 30 interfaces for each version of their software we would be the one connection point.

titus schleyer (102 ), 11/4/2009:
Hi Jeff,

I would be interested in some more details about the project, like what kind of collaboration among clinicians it supports best, how the system interfaces with existing dental records (and the data in them), etc.

Also, what does it have in common with other approaches to clinician collaboration, such as www.dentalcollab.com or some of the proprietary collaboration functions that vendors have built into their systems.

What is your strategy to get practitioners to adopt the system? How will you evaluate that it works?

Sorry for the many questions ;-).




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