Merging evidence in patient radiographs detected by Pearl’s AI diagnostic engine with treatment data from a practice management system, Practice Intelligence offers dental practices an array of data-backed clinical insights, Pearl said.
Dental service organization clinicians, managers, and office personnel can apply those insights to inform treatment, training, staffing, and procurement decisions that enable practices to ensure consistent optimal patient outcomes, Pearl said.
“For some time now, digital technologies have been the prime catalyst for advances in dental care, and Pearl’s technology is among the most impressive we’ve encountered yet,” said Dr. Scott Asnis, CEO of Dental365.
“Incorporating their AI into our offices brings us closer to establishing a Dental365 signature standard of care, where patients coming into one of our offices know not only that they’ll receive the highest quality care possible, but also that they’ll receive that level of care regardless of which location they visit or what doctor is treating them,” Asnis said.
Because it assesses clinical performance at both the individual patient and patient-population level, Practice Intelligence gives dental practices an unprecedented ability to identify isolated details like the periodontal condition of a specific patient and larger trends, like consistency of care across patients, practitioners, and offices, Pearl said.
While Practice Intelligence operates invisibly in the background, patients returning to Dental365 offices will feel its immense impact, said Ophir Tanz, Pearl’s founder and CEO.
“Practice Intelligence delivers significant and immediate clinical and financial benefits to practices of any size and technical capacity,” said Tanz.
“In the hands of a group as technologically progressive as Dental365, it is profoundly transformative. We welcome the opportunity to help them apply our AI insights to optimize the Dental365 patient experience,” Tanz said.