Cork University Dental School and Hospital prepares to go live with Salud.

Cork University Dental School and Hospital prepares to go live with Salud.

Cork University Dental School and Hospital are in the process of implementing Salud, and the countdown is on for go-live.   

Throughout each stage of a Salud, (and any enterprise software) implementation, change management is critical. Clear and inclusive communication is the main attribute we encourage during a Salud implementation. 

  • Strong communication and involvement of the right people throughout is necessary. 
  • Communication to the wider audience towards going live. Examples include messages from the Dean or senior management and posters to represent the change. 
  • Communication peer-to-peer ensures there is an open door of inclusivity to create forward thinking.  

Here is an image of a staff lunchroom at CUDSH, where the team have displayed a countdown timer in an effort to ensure everyone is aware of the upcoming change.

This is just one example of wider communication during implementation at CUDSH.  

Salud Implementation & Experience 

We have vast experience in working with customers in the planning and implementation of our Dental Management Solutions.  

Our implementation team has built up invaluable experience ranging across many different sizes and types of Dental Universities in many parts of the world, varying from large Dental Universities to new builds and outreach locations. 

The successful implementation of Salud involves experience and process.  

At a glance, here’s how our process works

1- Business Analysis 

We begin with an objective to fully understand your workflows, your pains and most importantly, your vision. We complete onsite and remote sessions with your key people. 

2- System Configuration 

Our specialists configure Salud to adapt the workflows and incorporate integrations to the other systems in use. You will then test and provide feedback. 

3- Data Migration 

If you wish to take data from another out-going system, our data migration experts will work with you to decide what to bring and ensure a seamless migration. 

4- Training 

Our specialised training team offer various levels of role-based training for all users. We can complete training onsite, online or a combination of both. 

5- Go live 

We offer onsite Salud expert support for the initial days of go-live to ensure a smooth transition and adoption. 

Introducing our new product at events in 2023. 

Introducing our new product at events in 2023. 

Leading universities have a direct role in evolving how dentistry is practised, and technology solutions play a key role in that evolution. Our goal is to facilitate innovation to the extent that we can by working with our customers and regularly meeting experts in the field. 

This year we are showcasing our new product, Salud, designed specifically for Dental Schools, at various industry events. See below the next events we are attending.

If you are planning to be at either of them, we would love to meet you and hear your feedback. 

We’re going to ADEA 2023, Portland, 11-14 March. 

This year we are launching our new product designed specifically for dental schools at ADEA 2023.  

ADEA 2023

We’re excited to exhibit at ADEA 2023 and meet some familiar and new faces. If you’re at ADEA 2023, we’d love to show you our new product and hear your valuable feedback on it.  

Visit us at booth 319.  

Schedule a meeting with us at ADEA 2023 

We’re going to IDS Cologne 2023, 14 – 18 March 

We will be at IDS Cologne again this year with our partners Dentsply Sirona

IDS 2023 Cologne

We’re thrilled to be launching our new product at IDS 2023.

If you’re at IDS Cologne, come say hello and see our new product. We’d love to hear your thoughts on it.  

Find us here: Hall 11.2 

You’ll find us on the International Special Clinic Solutions area of the Dentsply Sirona stand. 

Dentsply Sirona at IDS 2023

Schedule a meeting with us at IDS 2023 

Salud, Two-Ten Health merges with New Zealand based Titanium Solutions to form a global oral health software company.

Salud, Two-Ten Health merges with New Zealand based Titanium Solutions to form a global oral health software company.

We are thrilled to announce that we have merged with New Zealand based Titanium Solutions to form what will be the world’s largest specialised enterprise oral health software company.

Headquartered in Dublin, Two-Ten Health’s flagship product Salud is a leading enterprise software solution for Dental Teaching Hospitals, Public Health Institutes and Private Dental Groups worldwide.

Privately owned, Two-Ten Health was formed by Carl Moynihan in the early 1990s as he identified a need for a product which had emphasis on business management, patient care, student education, research and reporting capabilities to meet the unique requirements of Dental Teaching Hospitals worldwide.

Today, Two-Ten Health has installations dotted across five continents, supporting clients in multiple languages as Salud helps to manage the entire spectrum and experience of millions of patient appointments each year.

Over the last 25 years, Two-Ten Health have used all their skill and experience to develop Salud into a healthcare solution that connects technology, disciplines and people. Salud now facilitates a global community for oral health research and the sharing of best practices, for the benefit of patients in both first and third world communities.

“This is an exciting opportunity for Two-Ten Health,” said Carl Moynihan, Two-Ten Health Founder. “We began with a mission to provide much needed solutions, but what we have achieved, as an Irish SME, is far beyond our initial ambitions. I’ve had an incredibly talented Board and team around me throughout this journey and every success that the team achieves in this new opportunity is well deserved.”

This is another great story of an Enterprise Ireland backed Irish company creating waves internationally and achieving their vision to provide valuable healthcare solutions on a global scale.

Two-Ten Health has worked closely with Enterprise Ireland for many years. EI have provided support at every step of the Salud journey, creating opportunity for the brand to grow and mature as it has done.

“Our success is a testament to the support of our shareholders, our staff and our customers, the skilled advice and resilience of Enterprise Ireland staff in Ireland and internationally and to great programs such as Research and Development Supports and Bank of Ireland IT and Business Enterprise.  I am very confident that these next few years will be a wonderful and rewarding journey for all and I’m looking forward to watching Salud grow from strength to strength”, said Carl.

Two-Ten Health were led through this process successfully by their advisors Mazars Corporate Finance, Reddy Charlton Corporate Legal and the merger was facilitated by Bank of Ireland IT and Business Enterprise.

Titanium Solutions, headquartered in Auckland, New Zealand has been delivering innovative clinical care and service management solutions to Oral Health Organisations since 2005. As the market leader for enterprise oral health solutions in Australia and New Zealand and a growing presence in the Middle East and Asia, Titanium Solutions limited provides tailored solutions for Public Health Services, Dental Schools, Corporate Chains, and Defence Health Services.

Both Two-Ten Health and Titanium Solutions are consistently investing in the research and development of new products by working closely with customers to provide the best solutions.

“Our merger with Two-Ten Health will strengthen our scale and global expansion momentum”, said Paul Weatherly, Managing Director Titanium Solutions. “We believe that combining Two-Ten Health and Titanium Solutions brings together the world’s two most experienced teams in providing enterprise oral health solutions and creates the world’s largest specialised enterprise oral health software company. Our combined resources will allow us to better achieve our vision of software that supports innovation in oral health service delivery and education.”

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