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Dental Integra (tm) software

Integrated dental health scoring system

Over the past few years I have developed an integrated dental health scoring system and beta version of the software that rates individual patients on a continuum- giving a complete narrative with respect to dental complaints and medical concerns. This communication to the patient serves as a platform for attempting to "standardize" information gathered during new patient exam and interview, and as a standard to gauge improvement/deterioration of health over time. I am looking for collaborative help in bring this project to market.

Type of project: industry

   

Involved Persons:

Project Leader: Francis J. Stapleton, DDS (private)
Other involved People:

Funding:

Is the project funded?no

Other information:

Duration of project:ongoing
Personnel needed:Dental infomatics expertise with relavant clinical practice experience
Expertise sought:The technology behind the programming needs to be validated. The possibilities this software enables could make for great dissertation topics. This programming contains a medical history and medications section in addition to technology for the very granu

DIOC user:

francis stapleton, dds (20 star_red), Efficient Dental Market Systems, LLC
francis stapleton, dds's interests: clinical decision support, bioinformatics, practice management, computer-based patient records, patients and computers/consumer health informatics, evidence-based dentistry/electronic information resources, diagnostic and therapeutic technologies

Comments:

francis stapleton, dds (20 ), 11/3/2016:
I am no longer seeking help on this project. I have managed to create my proof of concept version of this software. The program can be experienced at thedentalintegra.com. I am still in the process of including program navigation instructions, but questions can be directed to my via the "Contact us" link found on the landing page.

 

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