La empresa irlandesa Two-Ten Health se ha fusionado con Titanium Solutions, con sede en Nueva Zelanda, para formar, la que será, la empresa de software empresarial especializada en salud dental más grande del mundo.
Con sede en Dublín, el producto insignia de Two-Ten Health, Salud, es una solución de software empresarial líder para hospitales de enseñanza dental, institutos de salud pública y grupos dentales privados en todo el mundo.
Two-Ten Health tiene clientes como Universidad Los Andes, Universidad de Chile y Universidad La Serena en Chile.
Two-Ten Health es una empresa privada fundada por Carl Moynihan a principios de la década de 1990, cuando identificó la necesidad de un producto que tuviera énfasis en la gestión empresarial, la atención al paciente, la educación de los estudiantes, la investigación y la capacidad de generar informes para cumplir con los requisitos únicos de clínicas dentales universitarias alrededor del mundo.
Hoy, Two-Ten Health tiene instalaciones en los cinco continentes, brindando soporte a clientes en varios idiomas, considerando que, a través de Salud, sus clientes pueden gestionar la información de millones de pacientes cada año.
Durante los últimos 25 años, Two-Ten Health ha utilizado toda su habilidad y experiencia para convertir a Salud en una solución de atención médica que conecta tecnología, disciplinas y personas. En la actualidad, Salud facilita una comunidad global para la investigación de la salud dental y el intercambio de mejores prácticas, en beneficio de los pacientes en las comunidades del primer y tercer mundo.
“Esta es una gran oportunidad para Two-Ten Health”, dice su fundador Carl Moynihan. “Comenzamos con la misión de proporcionar soluciones muy necesarias, pero lo que hemos logrado, como PYME irlandesa, está mucho más allá de nuestras ambiciones iniciales. He tenido directores y equipos increíblemente talentosos a mi alrededor a lo largo de este viaje y, cada éxito que hemos logrado como equipo para esta nueva oportunidad, es bien merecido”.
Two-Ten Health ha trabajado en estrecha colaboración con Enterprise Irelanddurante muchos años. Ellos han brindado apoyo en cada paso del viaje de Salud, creando oportunidades para que la marca crezca y madure.
Esta es otra gran historia de una empresa irlandesa respaldada por Enterprise Ireland que está creando olas a nivel internacional y logrando su visión de proporcionar valiosas soluciones de atención médica a escala global.
“Nuestro éxito es un testimonio del apoyo de nuestros accionistas, nuestro personal y nuestros clientes, junto con el asesoramiento calificado y la resiliencia del personal de Enterprise Ireland a nivel local en Irlanda e internacional, además de los excelentes programas del Bank of Ireland IT and Business Enterprise para apoyar la investigación y el desarrollo. Estoy muy seguro de que estos próximos años serán un viaje maravilloso y gratificante para todos y espero ver a Salud crecer cada vez más ”, dijo Carl.
Two-Ten Health fue dirigido con éxito a través de este proceso por sus asesores Mazars Corporate Finance, Reddy Charlton Corporate Legal y la fusión fue facilitada por Bank of Ireland IT and Business Enterprise.
Titanium Solutions, con sede en Auckland, Nueva Zelanda, ha estado ofreciendo soluciones innovadoras de gestión de servicios y atención clínica a organizaciones de salud dental desde el 2005. Como líder del mercado de soluciones empresariales de salud dental en Australia y Nueva Zelanda y con una presencia cada vez mayor en Oriente Medio y Asia, Titanium Solutions limited proporciona soluciones personalizadas para los servicios de salud pública, escuelas de odontología, cadenas corporativas y servicios de salud de defensa.
Tanto Two-Ten Health como Titanium Solutions están invirtiendo constantemente en la investigación y el desarrollo de nuevos productos trabajando en estrecha colaboración con los clientes para proporcionar las mejores soluciones.
“Nuestra fusión con Two-Ten Health fortalecerá nuestro impulso de crecimiento y expansión global”, dijo Paul Weatherly, Director Gerente de Titanium Solutions. “Creemos que la combinación de Two-Ten Health y Titanium Solutions reúne a los dos equipos más experimentados del mundo en el suministro de soluciones empresariales de salud dental y crea la compañía de software empresarial especializada en salud dental más grande del mundo. Nuestros recursos combinados nos permitirán lograr nuestra visión de software que respalda la innovación en la educación y la prestación de servicios de salud dental”.
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In the UK, dental schools have been forced to incorporate online teaching into their course.
Whilst this has been difficult for both the programme coordinators and students, it also has its positives.
Due to the ever-changing nature of this pandemic, we are forced to stay adaptable as the timetables are constantly changing.
Lectures are mostly pre-recorded which means students are free to study on their own schedule.
Tutorials are live and after overcoming technical difficulties, they mimic the same face-to-face teaching obtained on campus. Clinics are still on campus but with strict protocols.
Moving to online teaching will most likely lead to a more online-focussed course in the future.
It’s become apparent that face-to-face lectures are not as effective and a waste of resources.
However, more focus should be put on in-person tutorials to cover material effectively as pre-recorded lectures do not present the option to ask questions and provide an all-rounded learning experience.
Clinical exposure is vital as a dental student.
Students in the older years have had to catch up on clinical practise due to its cessation earlier in the year. Because of the setup of most dental teaching clinics, the spread of aerosols is more likely.
A positive outcome has been that there is much more focus on infection control in universities and also practices.
In general, first-year students have had a difficult time integrating into university.
Students living on campus have been faced with the difficulty of isolation in a vital time of their university life.
Living away from home for the first time and having to isolate can have a huge impact on their mental wellbeing. As a biomedicine graduate living at home, it has its own challenges.
However, dental schools are making a conscious effort to provide support.
There has been a huge development in the way dental schools operate. The decision to move online has been monumental and the potential of academic development in the future is vast.
Dana Afshar – Student at King’s college London Faculty of Dentistry
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Make missed appointments a thing of the past with SMS reminders.
Appointments reminders are a quick way of ensuring your customers won’t forget about you and their appointments.
With many advances in technology across all healthcare in the last few decades, the use of electronic reminders has become increasingly prevalent.
Text messages are a convenient mode of communication that is widely used and can effectively reach a large population.
The bottom line is that reducing the number of missed appointments affects the clinic’s revenue significantly.
Studies have shown that missed appointments drop by 25% to 50% when an office implements an automated appointment reminder system.
Not only does this impact your finances, but it also means your patients will come in regularly, helping them maintain their health.
Even the most organized people can forget about an appointment from time to time.
Sending an automated reminder, the day before can help them remember that they have somewhere to be. It reduces the risk of an empty chair.
Gone are the days when you could write the appointment time on a business card and expect excellent attendance rates if such a time ever existed.
With the rest of the world going paperless, patients may no longer have a physical place to put the card to help them remember. It will likely end up under a pile of junk mail.
Missed appointments cost time and money.
Change can be a challenge. It often seems unfamiliar and intimidating, but it does not have to be.
If your dental office has been doing things manually or you are using a barebones automation system, the idea of making a procedural switch can seem like a giant leap.
Fortunately, Salud Dental was designed to look and feel just like everyday apps used in our personal lives. Making it an easy adoption for end-users.
Our software is intuitive and easy to use design allows dentists to be dentists, focusing on the patient.
Appointment reminders can be easily set up. Salud also tracks all DNA’s and cancellations, so you can manage and reduce.
The Salud Team offer a full implementation service, including training and assistance every step of the way.
You will have an effective system that provides a unique experience for you and your patients long into the future.
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Are you thinking of switching products but concerned about losing data or a messy transition?
Advances in digital dentistry are happening fast and to avail of the true benefits you need to have a solid, future proof and constantly evolving dental management system at the centre.
If your current provider has not already evolved their product with current technologies, then you need to look at changing.
It is not as complicated as it may seem from the outset. You have far more to lose by staying with a provider that is not investing in a future proof product than the assumed cost to change.
The Salud product portfolio is constantly evolving and last year saw the release of Salud Dental, a web-based feature-rich solution with digital dentistry interoperability capabilities at its core.
Changing provider is not as complicated as it may seem from the outset.
Many of Salud’s customers have moved from other providers, taking their data with them.
The Salud team are experts in their field and have vast experience in migrating data from third-party systems. Experience includes; the migration of 1,000 – 1 Million Patients with 5-20 years of data, in various countries across 5 continents.
Salud’s standard migration process is:
- Identify the data for migration. This is typically completed as part of a workshop with the customer.
Some customers only require a basic patient record, while others will choose for all data to be migrated. The migration process is the same either way.
- Following the workshop, the Salud team create a mapping document which states the areas for migration and the rules surrounding the data migration.
- Extracting data – this is typically completed by the customer with the outgoing supplier.
If this is not possible, the Salud team has extensive database expertise to proceed without the assistance of the third party supplier.
- Data is converted to the Salud data model and imported.
The Salud team have decades of industry experience poured into their products, and Salud customers will tell you that their experience in implementation is the best available in the marketplace.
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Advances in digital dentistry are happening fast.
Dental care providers worldwide are heavily investing in new innovative technologies. Everyone wants to have the latest technology which transforms manual, time-consuming tasks into the touch of a screen.
The expectation is that all this new technology will provide a smarter, easier way of working.
However, if all these new pieces of technology do not talk to each other, is it really smarter, or easier?
Working smarter, but harder.
Separate pieces of technology and software that do not talk to each other result in dentists having to juggle different systems and pull together data often duplicated, to get a complete picture.
Tasks are duplicated, time is wasted, errors increase, users are frustrated, and inevitably patients suffer.
During an appointment, the focus should be on the patient, not on the machines around them.
Working smarter, not harder.
A fully integrated workflow using a connected health solution removes these barriers. It allows the technology to make the dentists’ job easier, fun, and more profitable, while most importantly, improving patient care.
Advances in digital dentistry are happening fast. To avail of the true benefits, you need to have a robust, future proof, and constantly evolving dental management solution at the centre.
Salud is a leading dental management solution.
Salud is an open and flexible product which can be integrated into the existing services using its own API. Salud’s vision is to remove the barriers to connectivity, allowing the technology to provide both better outcomes and profits.
Customers who choose to integrate all systems in use can experience a seamlessly integrated environment with a streamlined workflow.
Duplicate data entry is removed. Time is saved, and errors are reduced.
The focus shifts to the patient, improving patient care and dentist satisfaction.
Last year saw the launch of Salud Dental, the next generation in the Salud portfolio. It offers a web-based feature-rich solution with digital dentistry interoperability capabilities at its core.
“We have invested heavily in the development of a solution that will exceed our client’s expectations. With a user-centered, easy to use interface, we’re setting a new standard for e-health solutions. “ said Áine Hayes, Head of Commercial, Salud.
Decades of industry experience
The Salud team have decades of industry experience poured into their products.
Salud customers profess that the team’s implementation experience is the best available in the marketplace.
Over the past 25 years, with implementations across 5 continents, Salud has evolved into a connected health solution that connects technology, software, disciplines, people, and facilitates a global community for research and sharing best practice.
“We are constantly evolving and looking to the future. Healthcare worldwide is moving towards “putting the mouth back in the body” in terms of general health, focusing the oral cavity at the centre of overall health. With Salud being a heartbeat dental product within general medical facilities worldwide, we’re a key player in this shift. Central to Salud’s design has always been flexibility, making connectivity possible, and allowing customers to quickly adapt. “ Áine Hayes, Head of Commercial, Salud.
Today Salud is in use in 7 languages, across 12 countries, which further reinforces a positive track record for producing solutions for different world market leaders in oral health care.
Get in touch to find out more about Salud. The team would be delighted to share some knowledge.