Dentrix Enterprise 8.0.9 simplifies the job of front and back office staff with new streamlined, timesaving features that better match your workflows.

Scheduling Assistant

Scheduling Assistant brings multiple reports and windows into one easy-to-use location. You can also export the data from the Scheduling Assistant into a spreadsheet. Scheduling Assistant simplifies scheduling by having all your scheduling information in one location. You can now schedule directly from the Scheduling Assistant — decreasing duplicate manual entry errors and making filling appointment gaps faster and easier.

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Treatment Request Manager

Treatment Request Manager is a repository inside Dentrix Enterprise that captures data necessary to schedule an appointment (e.g., description, source of request and notes) without requiring you to schedule the appointment, so you can schedule when the patient is available. No more lost sticky notes or verbally disclosing PHI to your front desk when a long line of other patients is present. Instead, your front desk staff can focus on current patients and deal with future appointments during downtime.

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AxiaMed Payment Fusion with EMV

Payment Fusion1 allows your practice to process EMV cards, enhances payment data security that encrypts payment data point-to-point, and generally shifts the liability for card-present counterfeit fraudulent card transactions off your organization.2 EMV chip technology integrated into Dentrix Enterprise streamlines your workflow by simplifying office patient payment card processing and reconciliation, eliminating manual input, and automatically importing the patient’s payment information.

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1. Payment Fusion is provided by AxiaMed and the descriptions of the capabilities and features of Payment Fusion is that of AxiaMed alone. Henry Schein, Inc. and its affiliates (“HSI”) make no guarantee of the performance of Payment Fusion and are not responsible for, and expressly disclaim, all liability for damages of any kind arising out of the use of Payment Fusion.

2. Dental practices should check the specific fraudulent transaction liability rules of the payment card brands they accept. See