DSN practice management software systems now feature direct integration with LED’s Apteryx Imaging solutions
LED Medical Diagnostics Inc. ("LED" or the "Company") (TSX-V: LMD) is pleased to announce the launch of a partnership between DSN Software and LED subsidiary Apteryx, Inc., with DSN’s entire line of dental and specialty practice management software solutions featuring a direct, two-way integration with Apteryx’s XrayVision and XVWeb Cloud Imaging Software.
DSN Software is a leading developer of practice management software for dental and dental specialty practices, including Dental-Exec®, OMS-Exec®, Endo-Exec®, and Perio-Exec®. Based in Centralia, Washington, DSN has engineered and marketed advanced practice management solutions since its founding in 1978.
The integration with Apteryx XrayVision and XVWeb offers significant new features, including clinical image viewing directly from DSN practice management software, direct attachment of images via NEA Fast-Attach, and the ability to import images directly from XrayVision or XVWeb directly into referral letters.
“Our goal is the most efficient workflow possible for practices, from both a practice management and clinical perspective,” stated Charles Black, president of DSN. “By incorporating two-way integration through imaging solutions from Apteryx, we deliver a seamless user experience.”
Apteryx XrayVision and XVWeb feature an open-architecture design that allows dentists and dental specialists to use imaging acquisition devices from most manufacturers on the market, precluding the need for DSN customers to switch to a new hardware provider.
“We are excited to partner with DSN on this integration,” concludes Lamar Roberts, president of LED and Apteryx. “Our teams have a shared vision of how practice management and imaging software solutions should integrate for the benefit of our customers. This partnership definitely embraces the strengths of our individual products, creating a strong synergy and powerful solution for our respective and prospective customers.”