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MacPractice on Monday has announced a collaboration wtih SUNI Medical Imaging to develop MacSensor—a Mac-based digital radiography system for use in dentist's offices.

Comprising SUNI's SuniRay sensor and MacPractice DR—digital radiography/photo software that runs natively on Mac OS X—MacSensor helps Mac-based dentist's offices to make dental x-rays without having to use x-ray film; SuniRay devices use sensors that measure a scant 3.2mm thick. Up to now, SUNI has only been able to provide a Windows-compatible system.

MacPractice DR is part of MacPractice's practice management software for dentist's offices. It helps dentists keep x-rays and photos as part of their digital patient records. MacPractice DDS helps dentist's offices with patient and insurance billing, reports, e-claims, appointment reminders, eligibility verification, scheduling, Rx, insurance estimation and other tasks.

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