Key Benefits of

Value Added Benefit

ER Diversion Saves Millions For Health Insurers’s founder had the honor of presenting our company’s data to the American Dental Association and American College of Emergency Physicians recently. Dr. Vilas Sastry showcased our company’s efforts in how we effectively divert dental emergencies at the carrier level to save millions for insurers.

Our dentists are trained to assess a patient for a variety of conditions including visible dental decay, poor oral hygiene and other visually apparent dental disorders

By prescribing antibiotics and pain killers (non-controlled substances only) we help patients avoid a visit to the emergency room. Of course, if a patient’s dental  condition warrants the use of the ER, then the consulting dentist will recommend accordingly. The patient is always encouraged to visit their local dentist for definitive care. Our virtuous feedback system communicates with the patient on a regular basis reminding them to visit their dentist for further care appointments. By doing this hopes to reduce the chances that a patient will get exposed to an opioid pain killer and potentially become addicted due to the underlying disease not being treated. 

Our survey system has gathered data across thousands of patients and it is clear they prefer to have their dental issues resolved in the dental office rather than going to the emergency room. 

Evidence Based

Patient dentist interactions are recorded and stored in our data center

User Friendly

Simple app installation is all the patient requires

Administered on the Web

All interactions and paperwork is done electronically. E-prescriptions are sent straight to the pharmacy.

Data Mining

Patient surveys are sent that collect valuable information for improving patient outcomes

The service fits into multiple types of workflows, yields standardized reports, and integrates with most EHR systems.

Information provided through our assessment provides a comprehensive profile of each patient. The information can be used in measurement-based care, revealing changes in a patient’s Dental health status, practice patterns, and aggregate population health data.

Reducing Healthcare Spending with Digital Dental Health

By providing effective Dental health treatment, overall healthcare spending can be reduced by an average of $6,756 per person, per year. With a population of 325 million people in the US alone, the savings could be extraordinary*.