Managing an Oral Surgery Dental Practice
We understand the unique pressures of managing a successful oral surgery dental practice and delivering high-quality patient experiences while ensuring practice readiness.
Practice Readiness for Oral Surgeons
Practicing IV sedation requires additional levels of emergency preparedness and patient safety compared with general dentistry. HealthFirst helps ensure that oral surgeons are practice ready and always up to date with emergency preparedness, infection control, dental waste management and compliance.
To meet the needs of oral surgeons performing IV sedation, HealthFirst offers the Mobile ACLS emergency medical kit, which is equipped for Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) and Basic Life Support (BLS). HealthFirst uses smart automation to track and replenish the kits’ medications so practices can save time, reduce costs and ensure readiness. We can also keep you up to date with AEDs, portable oxygen and other devices.
Dental Waste Management
HealthFirst offers one-stop, cost-effective solutions for dental waste management. Practices save hundreds of dollars with our mailback services compared to medical waste pickup services.
- Medical waste
HealthFirst spore testing and environmental barrier solutions ensure your practice adequately prevents the spread of infection.
Automating Readiness with OnTraq
OnTraq, HealthFirst’s practice readiness application, reduces the risks, headaches and costs of emergency preparedness and regulatory compliance. It dynamically shows the status of your emergency medical kit and the medications. Rely on OnTraq’s smart automation for dashboards, reports and task management.
HealthFirst’s Readiness Advisors are ready to help you become practice ready. They can help identify more cost-effective solutions as well as review the standard of care and state regulations for emergency preparedness in oral surgery.
Call today at 800-331-1984,
and we will be happy to assist you.
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