Lincoln, NE October 3, 2005 - MacPractice, Inc. announces MacPractice DR, a new integrated "Ability" within MacPractice DDS for digital radiography, to be released later in 2005. MacPractice DR utilizes native Mac drivers for VisioDent's RSV Mac Solution sensors. And MacPractice is creating software drivers for the Soredex OpTime flexible phosphor plate unwired solution for digital radiography. MacPractice DDS will be the first Macintosh practice management software to make both sensor and phosphor plate technologies available to dentists.
"We plan to offer a native Mac OS X digital panoramic x-ray solution soon as well. Our goal is to bring many dental imaging and other dental solutions to the Macintosh for the first time. I have been working with DentalMac clients for 16 years, and Patrick (MacPractice Director of Development) first designed DentalMac 20 years ago. It has always been our dream for dentists to have the same variety of choices on the Macintosh as on the PC," says Mark Hollis, President of MacPractice, the leading developer of Macintosh practice management software with 1000 doctors' offices.
MacPractice DDS is full-fledged practice management software, including scheduling, eclaims, and images. MacPractice Perio Charting is available today. Clinical notes may be captured and saved in a patient's record using MacPractice Notes. MacPractice Tooth Charting will be available in the first half of 2006.
Introductory pricing for MacPractice software is available until November 15, 2005. MacPractice DDS starts at $1500 for a single user. Networked versions are an additional $500 per 5 users. Scheduling, EClaims, and Perio Charting are available options for $500 each.
MacPractice software requires MySQL, available from MacPractice for its clients for $250 per office, and a MacPractice software support and enhancements agreement.
Doctors may request to view QuickTime demonstration movies of MacPractice MD, DDS, or DC when registering at MacPractice.com.