tab32 Launches Enhanced UX for PMS

tab32 is excited to announce the release of its new User Experience (UX) interface for cloud-based practice management. The company is already rated #1 dental software for ease-of-use and comprehensiveness in the leading industry surveys, and this release will further enhance their formidable leadership position.
The growth along with efficiencies are key factors for a dental DSO because it directly affects the valuation multiplier of EBITDA. 
Patient-first care and efficiency are critical in a post-COVID world. A complete redo of the user experience needs vision and a deep understanding of cutting-edge technologies besides business and clinical workflows.
tab32’s leadership comes out of one of the country’s top university networks. Their CEO, Kiltesh Patel, has published big data research papers and was involved in the genome project for the University of California. tab32’s team of engineers have overseen and coded against hospital technologies at UC San Diego and UC Davis. They are expert engineers, healthcare security specialists with degrees in medical informatics and machine learning. This is only the beginning of several innovations for 2021.
tab32’s latest launch and redesign offer the most contemporary UX in the dental market with simple, easy workflows designed for efficiency based on user feedback. You can expect in 2021 tab32 will continue to release never seen before functionality and product for the dental market. 
Some of the most sought out features include:
tab32 is the industry’s #1 patient-first cloud dental electronic health record software (Dental EHR) and Dental Practice Management System (Dental PMS). The company is a leader in technology. It has introduced several first-to-market innovations.
In 2020, tab32 announced groundbreaking innovations becoming the only platform to offer cloud Open Data Warehousing for DSOs.
tab32 first-to-market innovations include:
tab32 products sit on Google’s truly cloud-based infrastructure and are developed within Google’s technology stack.
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