SANTA MONICA, Calif. – December 22, 2017 – (Newswire.com)
Trax, a reseller of leading software solutions for the dental industry, and TigerText, provider of the nation’s most broadly adopted clinical communications and collaboration (CC&C) solution, today announced their first joint customer win by signing Dental Partners and Spring & Sprout, a DSO with over 50 dental practices throughout the Midwest and Northeast that focuses on patient-centric culture as well as technology.
Dentistry is an ever changing industry and requires constant innovation in order to improve efficiency and the patient experience. Communication is one of the most important features of patient-centric care and the clinic work flow. As group practices and Dental Service Organizations (DSOs) keep growing, it will be essential to keep the communication workflow in one central organization that combines desktop and mobile, while still protecting patient information.
Todd Boak, VP of Marketing and Communications recognized the need for TigerText within the Dental Partners organization. “Our team quickly fell in love with TigerText. We support over seventy locations in nine different states. Not only has TigerText increased the speed in which we communicate, but it’s allowed us to increase efficiencies across multiple platforms, ultimately, making our geographically spread out team more connected and productive.”
TigerText has recognized this market need in healthcare and has become one of the leading secure communication apps for that industry. In 2017, TigerText partnered with Trax Dental, a dental software company, in order to enter the dental market, specifically within the DSO market. Bringing the benefits of secure, reliable clinical communications to Dental Partners will help them further achieve their central goal of improving the patient experience.
As the DSO market continues to grow, secure, smartphone-based clinical communication within the organization will become necessary to provide a truly patient-centric dental experience and to improve dental team collaboration, dental practice profitability, and most importantly, patient outcomes.
To learn more about streamlining and securing your patients’ sensitive dental health information, please contact Trax Dental at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dental Partners and Spring & Sprout takes pride in fostering a culture where our team can do good things for other people. Our network of dentists and specialists strives to instill self-confidence in patients to lead a healthier life by delivering an experience that leaves children happy and their parents happier. In passionate pursuit of our mission we stay true to our core values—transparency, tech-savvy, and a sense of humor.
Trax is a dental software company, born out of a dental group practice in the Midwest. Their core strategy is to create and curate software products that allow practitioners to focus more of their time on one thing…dentistry. Trax provides software suites with affordable monthly subscription prices to realize an immediate return on investment through increased production and improved clinical efficiency. This allows the dentist to exceed patient expectations in this ever changing dental industry.
As healthcare’s largest provider of clinical communication solutions, TigerText helps physicians, nurses, and other staff communicate and collaborate more effectively, accelerating productivity, reducing costs, and improving patient outcomes. With 6,500 facilities, 99.99% uptime, and over 10 million messages processed each day, TigerText continually delivers advanced product innovations and integrates with critical hospital systems such as the EHR, nurse call, and scheduling solutions.
The company’s commitment to client success is reflected in its broad support organization that works directly with clients at every stage to streamline communication workflows and achieve the highest possible ROI. For more information, follow TigerText on Twitter (@tigertext) and visit www.tigertext.com to learn how clients like RWJBarnabas, Geisinger, and Lifepoint are using TigerText to solve healthcare’s biggest communication challenges.