If you’re considering going paperless or improving how paperless you are, read on! In this post, we’ll explore the tools available in Open Dental to help your practice be truly paperless.
Dentists connected to the ADA Dental Experience and Research Exchange™ (DERE) through Open Dental now have even more ways to gain insights into their practices. With the release of two new DERE reports, including its first financial report, participants can access more easy-to-understand data about their practices’ performance.
In this Tips & Tricks post, learn how to start a note ahead of time, what to do when you’re no longer in-network with a Carrier, managing the departure of an employee or provider, displaying insurance verification status on appointments, and all the benefits of being on Support.
COVID-19 has changed many aspects of our work, but the biggest change has been to workplace flexibility. See how this extends to staffing, and how you can capitalize on it.
The Patient Portal gives your patients online access to their account to view appointments, make online payments, and much more. Learn more about this essential feature that’s already included in the cost of support!
Intraoral sensors are some of the most widely used and vital pieces of dental technology is your practice. Learn which sensors are recommended (and which to avoid), and some great troubleshooting steps.
Prepayments are a great way to collect payment before work has been completed, but you may be unsure how to best take a payment or how to allocate the payment once treatment has been completed. We’ll cover best practices in this post.
Learn what essential information (and imagery) you should make sure to include in your general or specialty practice website.
Software Update: Version 22.1 has been released as Stable with many new features including 15 requested by our users. Learn all about them here.
Learn when you should file a medical insurance claim instead of a dental insurance claim, and when you would file the medical claim as primary and the dental claim as secondary.