Just like with other VoIP systems providing business phones for a medical practice, a VoIP system can help dental offices with improving client communication, simplifying everyday business tasks and activities, improving information flow across multiple business channels, and decreasing overall expenses.
A huge call volume and poor call quality are a few of the issues that can influence everyday dental practice operations. VoIP can help improve both of these things, improving the quality of your phone calls and allowing your dental office to take on as many calls as possible.
VoIP can also allow your dental office to take calls after office hours, whether it’s through voicemail or through a software or app set-up where office calls are diverted to your mobile phone. This ensures you never miss an important call, which helps your dental practice retain leads.
VoIP can also thwart unforeseen issues such as ransomware attacks. Ransomware is malware that limits access or completely blocks all access to your computer—including the internet and patient files. The hacker then demands that ransom be paid to regain access to your business information. Ransomware is on the rise and has already affected hospitals and other medical practices throughout the U.S. and around the world. Ransomware can happen at any time and can result in serious downtime for your business, making it difficult or impossible to run your dental practice effectively, if at all.
Thankfully, each of these issues can be easily addressed with DigiFone’s VoIP. We can provide all this for your medical practice, plus the following:
- Free on-site VoIP training for your staff
- Phone mobility (can move with your business from location to location)
- Unlimited number of phones can be added to your network/system (scalable to meet business demands; great for multiple locations)
- *Call metrics (to see where calls are coming from [e.g. online search, website, etc.])
- *Call monitoring (to review call quality)
You won’t have to worry about any additional hardware costs, and you’ll have a pain-free VoIP installation. If you’re ready for a HIPAA-compliant VoIP system that will work better for your dental practice, call DigiFone today or visit our Contact Us page to get started.