The announcement follows the tech company’s Back to Business initiative to aid practitioners operating in a “new normal”

Weave has introduced new key functionality of its Practice Analytics feature that will aid dental professionals reopening their doors post-government mandated restrictions. 

Weave’s newest iteration of Practice Analytics will allow its users a more in-depth look at trend data to bring back patients with unscheduled treatment, canceled appointments, and other priority patients. Notably, the feature’s ability to access dental insurance demographics is designed to allow office owners to maximize profitability. 

According to Weave’s proprietary data, the average office sees an increase in monthly production of more than $25,000 in the first 2 months of using Practice Analytics.

“The activity we’re seeing with Practice Analytics data is encouraging,” says Jeff Lyman, chief product officer at Weave. “Businesses are starting to refill their schedules and rebuild their revenue streams—more so than at any other time since the pandemic began. Our priority right now is helping our customers get back to business, and do so safely. This significant product update, alongside our Back to Business initiative, is helping Weave and its customers do just that.”

In addition to feature updates, the tech company has announced free dental continuing education credit, and released several assets to aid local businesses in opening their doors while accounting for social distancing. These include newly designed digital Wellness Screening Forms, check-in procedures, email marketing, guides on new ways to use existing products, and the new products Weave Lite and Weave Payments.