Apparently, MacDentalSuite management software for dentists is no longer under development. The MacDentalSuite.com Web site is gone and the e-mail of its creator, James Bredijk, bounces back messages as “undeliverable.”
In May, Bredijk told MacCentral that MacDentalSuite was “back on track” after addressing some technology concerns and conflicts regarding Mac OS X and previous versions of the Mac operating systems. He said demos should be available for download by the end of June, but they never materialized.
MacDentalSuite was to offer a full set of practice management features including client/server (TCP/IP or AppleTalk) or single user configurations, eclaims, custom reporting and many assistants and automated features. And it was supposed to provide history conversion from Dental Mac.
“We at MacSuites will be using the patient/client, scheduling and billing features of MacDentalSuite to run our business in order to insure that we stay in touch with our end user’s day to day experiences,” Bredijk said at the time. “We will always use our own products.”
If you have any information on the fate of MacDentalSuite,
send us an email. (Thanks to Brady L. Allmon, D.D.S., for the heads up on this one.)