Automate and streamline the appointment management of your dental office with a system that significantly improves the quality of services provided to your patients.
The main activities of a dental office encompass a wide range of dental services related to the care and health of teeth, the mouth, and the oral cavity. Here are some of the key activities performed in a dental office:
All the above-mentioned services typically require appointments, often scheduled well in advance.
Appointment management in a dental office is a crucial element in ensuring efficient workflow
and a good experience for patients. A well-organized and automated appointment scheduling system can significantly simplify
the appointment planning process and reduce the risk of errors or overlaps.
The most important aspects of appointment management in a dental office are as follows:
All the aforementioned requirements are excellently fulfilled by an Appointment Management Software like Softvision Agenda.
The configuration of the automatic booking system Softvision Agenda in the case of a dental office is quite complex due to the high number of services offered. Let's see how to proceed:
In the "Company" menu of the software control panel, accessible at the address https://agapp.softvision.it,
you will find all the configuration functions for the appointment management system.
The first operation to be performed is to define the opening hours of the office. This way, the system will only allow appointments to be booked during the hours when the office accepts appointments.
By clicking on "Company Hours," you can specify the morning and afternoon hours for each day of the week. In the following example, the system will accept appointments from 9 am to 1 pm and from 3 pm to 8 pm every day except Sunday.
A dental office can provide a large number of services or visits.
In order to properly organize the office schedule, it is vital to accurately define the services provided, who provides them, and what resources they require.
After indicating the practitioners (dentists, hygienists, etc.) working in the office, the next step is to define all the resources present in the office that are necessary for providing the services. These resources may include the various rooms where the services are performed, any equipment that can be used in different rooms, etc.
The last step is to load all the types of services that the office is capable of providing.
For each service, you need to indicate the name, duration, resources required (e.g., the room where the visit takes place), and the dentist (staff member) who performs the service.