Edward Zuckerberg, DDS, has joined Rhinogram’s Oral Health Advisory Board. Zuckerberg is known for his early adoption of technological advances and use of social media to grow his practice and improve patient care.
“We are thrilled to have Dr. Zuckerberg join our Advisory Board,” said Dr. Keith Dressler, chairman and CEO of Rhinogram.
“His proven ability to enhance the patient experience, vast expertise of our industry and technology, along with his firsthand knowledge of how Rhinogram can improve both oral health and medical practices, will help our company advance to the next level,” said Dressler.
“Today’s dental and medical offices are faced with the obstacle of obtaining services from multiple vendors to enable them to offer telehealth, HIPAA-compliant texting and record sharing, and patient reminder services,” said Zuckerberg.
“I believe Rhinogram has the technology and is well positioned to offer these services in one package, and I’m excited to work with them to bring that to fruition,” said Zuckerberg.
Zuckerberg’s early forays into technology have included digital radiography, CAD/CAM, and the paperless office, prompting industry leaders to invite him to lecture and write about as well as beta test new technologies, Rhinogram says. The technology in his home-based dental office helped inspire his son Mark’s interest in computers. Mark later went on to launch Facebook.
Zuckerberg now regularly lectures on technology, social media marketing, and online reputation management and consults privately with dental practices and startups in addition to treating patients part-time in Palo Alto, California.