Lincoln, NE, March 21, 2006: MacPractice, Inc. and aMac announce the integration of MacPractice DDS 2 with aMac's digital sensor, pan, and intraoral imaging solutions imaging solutions for general dentists and specialists. MacPractice 2 and aMac are Mac OS X Universal applications.
"MacPractice DDS users now the have the ability to utilize their software with the aMac Digital Radiography System as one seamless tool in their Mac based dental offices." states David Krugman, VP Sales and Marketing of aMac DR.
MacPractice DDS 2 is slated for general release over the next 10-30 days along with MacPractice MD 2 for physicians and MacPractice DC 2 for Chiropractors. MacPractice features patient and insurance billing and tracking, EClaims, scheduling, integrated word processing, Rx, practice management reports, image storage and Perio Charting.
The many new and enhanced features introduced in version 2 include drill-down reports, Reminders, an Interface with PhoneHerald for automated appointment confirmation, schedule Transparencies for block time, enhanced technical support with built-in remote control, an enhanced tutorial with 500+ QuickTime movies, and an interface with MYOB.
The new Attachment Ability makes it possible to save a copy of any document in any format in a patient's record. Attachment works directly with Fujitsu's new ScanSnap to attach an insurance card, EOB, hospital report, or any other scanned material.
150 offices that purchase MacPractice DDS, MD or DC no later than May 2 may receive the aMac Bridge, a $500 value, FREE ($200 annual support fee is required) and Attachments, a $500 value, FREE ($200 annual support fee is required). aMac users may additionally receive a free migration to MacPractice DDS from DentalMac, a $500 value, free Perio Charting, a $500 value ($100 annual support fee is required), and free EClaims enrollment, a $150 value, for a purchase of MacPractice DDS by May 2. Also introductory pricing on MacPractice is available until May 2.
"Our bridge to aMac is the first digital imaging solution for dentists wishing to integrate with practice management offered by MacPractice. The combination of aMac and MacPractice DDS makes the Macintosh a viable solution for dental offices," stated Mark Hollis, President of MacPractice, Inc.
MacPractice DDS, MD, and DC are designed and developed by a team of 11 software engineers, at the direction of Patrick Clyne, the original designer and developer of DentalMac, MediMac, and ChiroMac. A foreign, English-speaking version of MacPractice is in offices in Canada, and Australia and Guam.