Emmott on Technology LLC
9554 E. Cavalry Dr.
Scottsdale, Arizona (AZ) 85262
Dentists face two daunting challenges. First, if they fail to use new technology effectively they risk falling behind competitively. Secondly, implementing new technology is expensive, however undoing a mistake can be even more expensive. As a result dentists are cautious about new technology and justifiably suspicious regarding vendor claims.
Recognized as a leading dental high tech authority in the country and with over thirty years of experience as a practicing general dentist, Dr. Larry Emmott’s mission is to help dentists make good technology choices. He is also known as one of the most entertaining speakers in dentistry, with fast-paced, engaging seminars that will have you laughing while you are learning.
Dr. Emmott has addressed hundreds of professional groups, and has been a featured speaker at every major US dental meeting. Additionally, since 2003 he has led an annual three day CE adventure course “Technology on the Rocks” in Sedona Arizona. He has been published hundreds of times in leading national dental magazines and journals. He was a pioneer in online publishing with his blog EmmottonTechnology.com and has been recognized as one of the top ten dentists in social media.
From the member's website:
From Healthcare Informatics Magazine : In late December, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) released voluntary cybersecurity practices to the healthcare industry with the aim of providing practice guidelines to cost-effectively reduce cybersecurity risks. …The HICP publication aims to provide cybersecurity practices for this vast, diverse, and open sector to ultimately improve the security More…
From New Dentist Blog: These three questions. Does it improve the ease of care? Does it make the patient more comfortable? And does it improve quality? Are all essential when evaluating new technologies? Source: Technology and You – New Dentist Blog The linked article by Dr. William van Dyk is mostly concerned with clinical technology, CAD CAM More…
From The New York Times: On Jan. 1, hospitals began complying with a Trump administration order to post list prices for all their services, theoretically offering consumers transparency and choice and forcing health care providers into price competition.It’s turning into a fiasco. Source: Hospitals Must Now Post Prices. But It May Take a Brain Surgeon to More…
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lemmott - Updated: June 14, 2018