When it comes to managing the clinical arm of a dental hygiene school, there is no better tool for administrators than dental hygiene academic software. These tools are especially useful in preparing students for board examinations because they can identify areas where future practitioners are strongest, as well as where improvements can be made with the help of additional classroom training and practical application.
Additionally, dental hygiene academic software can improve operations at standalone clinics and those that are also mobile.
According to a report from The News-Star, a Louisiana-based publication, the University of Louisiana-Monroe's dental hygiene program recently received a grant in the amount of $2,500 to help serve patients located in Northeast Louisiana. The grant is the fourth that the dental hygiene program at ULM has received since January 2012.
The article reported that the three dental hygiene clinics operated by the university see more than 2,000 people each year. Some of the services include screenings for oral cancer, routine cleanings, X-rays and other care. Dental hygiene academic software is effective in managing student workloads while simultaneously helping patients stay informed of their dental care needs. Additionally, it can highlight a clinic's effectiveness in terms of patient care, especially when it comes to requesting additional grant money.