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Changing Technology Trends have Been Increasing the Demand for Dentistry Services on a Large Scale

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Changing technology trends have been increasing the demand for different types of dentistry services across the globe. And this is highly visible in the US where the use of advanced technology has been attracting more dental patients to dental clinics. In addition to this, it has become easier for dentists to advertise their services in the digital environment. With the use of advanced technologies in dental treatments, it has become possible for dentists to offer the best possible dentistry services to their patients.

In the US, various clinics offering dentistry services are making use of new technologies for providing better services to their patients. Dentists in Tulsa region of Oklahoma are proving cosmetic dentistry services in order to provide a comfortable dentistry service to their patients. The introduction of new technologies such as 3D printers and 3D scanners has simplified the dental treatments to a great extent. In addition to this, there is an improvement in the quality of crowns due to the changing technology trends. It has become possible to make a better impression of teeth as compared to the conventional method of taking an impression.

In order to delight their patients, more dentists are making use of oral scanning and chairside CAD as well as milling to complete root canal treatments along with crown fitting in a single visit. The fast delivery of crowns and prosthesis has been helping dentists to deliver crowns to patients in less time. More dentists are investing capital to introduce the latest technology in their clinics in order to provide a comfortable treatment for tooth problems.

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Medication Reminder App CareClinic Demonstrates Efficacy to improve Medicine Refill and Adherence rate by 15%

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Medication reminder app CareClinic, used by patients to manage chronic illness has had massive success in helping patients improve outcomes. Based on anonymized longitudinal data, CareClinic has demonstrated the ability to improve medicine refill rates and medicine adherence rates by up to 15% (MPR Rate). CareClinic is aiming to help curb over 125,000 American deaths annually due to medication mismanagement.

This app provides patients with “smart medication reminders” that trigger alerts if a patient is likely to miss their medication based on past adherence behavior. CareClinic has become the best medication reminder platform in the US where nearly a third of medication is never filled and about half of all patients fail to take medications as prescribed. Apart from being to track medication, the platform is also able to help patients track their overall health & wellness.

Health and Wellness goes beyond just taking the right pills at the right time. There may be many therapies and dietary restrictions involved for users. CareClinic already maintains it’s reputation as the best medication reminder app is now hoping to be an all-in-one self-care management app that patients will use to practice preventative medicine. CareClinic is building partnerships with pharmacies and health clinics to provide this service to patients directly.

CareClinic is pioneering the use of AI on its platform to help patients discover and manage their chronic disease better. It recently raised seed-capital by a VC fund based out of Toronto, Canada (where CareClinic is also based) to improve its technology and bring it to market. 

Thus far, CareClinic is available for iPhones, Android and on the web directly. CareClinic enables email reminders for those that use the web platform and sticks to notifications for users that prefer it’s mobile application.

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