Dentists, what do you do right before you
see a patient—figure out his or her name,
whether there are any pertinent medical
issues, what you’re about to do, and what
you did last time? If so, you’re killing your
productivity. Likewise, if you frequently put
your gloves on, begin a procedure, and then
realize you need to pull up an x-ray, you’re
killing your productivity . . . You might want
to stop that.
Simplifeye is designed to help redefine that
workflow. Doctors who have been using it so
far report having saved enough time to see
four additional patients per day, on average.
Currently integrated with the Apple Watch
and Dentrix (with Android and Eaglesoft integration to come soon), Simplifeye takes the
information the doctor needs—where to go
next, what procedure to perform, and details
about the patient—and puts it on his or her
wrist. It also generates a list of patients,
color-coded by procedure type, and notifies
the doctor through a vibration of the watch
as each patient checks in.
Using iBeacons, Simplifeye knows where
the doctor is within the office and displays
information from the app on the nearest
monitor. Beginning this spring, it will take
this feature a step further: Using voice
commands, dentists will be able to pull up
patient images, x-rays, and educational
videos for display on office monitors.
PS: Yes, it’s 100% HIPAA-compliant.