Teledentistry may not have been part of your patient care before, but it is now an important part of offering diagnostic and follow-up care to your patients. This post provides resources and the setup steps needed in Open Dental to accommodate teledentistry.
Take these steps to be productive and proactive when you’re not seeing patients so that when business picks up again, you’ll be poised and ready with increased efficiency and productivity.
You’ve set up Clinics, and you’re ready to see patients. Learn best practices for managing patient flow, no matter where they receive treatment.
Consumer health spending jumps after patients receive their tax refunds, so now is the time to contact patients with Unscheduled Treatment, and we have the 4 simple steps that will help you get it done today.
The Appointment Module is a critical part of managing patient flow and scheduling. Read this post for the tools you need to power it up to its full potential
In this tips & tricks post, we’ll show you how to tell if you’re on the Server computer, where to go to stay up-to-date on Open Dental Announcements, and the benefits of using the Layman’s Term field in procedure codes.
If you’ve decided to use the clinics feature, don’t miss the setup steps in this post to help you get everything in place to handle your multiple locations.
If you are a multi-location practice, and want to manage the organization as a whole while operating each location as an individual entity, this post is for you. We’ll explain the Clinics feature in Open Dental, and how to know if it’s right for you.
A few tips & tricks from your Open Dental experts In this tips & tricks post, we’ll reminisce about Reminder Tasks, how to find a specific opening in your schedule that fits your patient’s busy life with Appointment Search, and where to see a log of all actions […]
This post covers common scenarios you’ll encounter when preparing a treatment plan and the recommended way to handle each situation in Open Dental.