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As per available reports about 3 Relevant Journals, 18 Conferences, 1 National symposium are presently dedicated exclusively to dental informatics and about 1 article is being published on dental informatics.
Dental Informatics is a specialization within Health Informatics, a multi-disciplinary field that seeks to improve health care through the application of Health Information Technology (HIT) and information science to health care delivery, health information management, health care administration, research, information gathering and synthesis, and knowledge sharing. The field of Dental Informatics is concerned with the intersection of Health Informatics and Dentistry as a whole.
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The American Association of Dental Schools has aided the development of dental informatics through a variety of activities including forming an Information Technology Committee (1988), developing a strategic plan for dental informatics (1990), and participating in various information technology consortia. Dental schools -- NYUCD among them are looking at novel approaches to the incorporation of informatics into dental education.
Technology in the dental office has also increased dramatically in recent years, especially in the number of uses that incorporate full patient information and clinical technologies. These technologies include practice management programs, oral health records programs, intraoral technology, multimedia patient education, differential diagnosis and treatment programs, digital radiography, air abrasion, lasers, imaging, computer-assisted design and manufacturing (CAD/CAM) devices, computer-assisted anesthetic delivery systems, and electronic probes. Today, in fact, employing technology in the dental office is a basic part of the dentist's armamentarium, and students must be prepared to use this technology both for practice and for research.
The Dental Informatics is expected to reach $18.7 Billion by 2020 from $5.8 Billion in 2015.According to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, U.S. national health expenditure totaled $2.5 trillion in 2009, or $8,086 per person, and accounted for 17.6 percent of gross domestic product [. The United States spends more money per person per year on healthcare than any other nation in the world, yet the World Health Organization ranked the U.S. healthcare system 37th in overall performance (just behind Costa Rica and just ahead of Slovenia) in 2000, the last year the rankings were compiled.
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