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Setting up the insurance plan correctly and using updated fee schedules is key to getting accurate estimates. This post discusses four common plan types.
In this Patient Accounts Part 2 post, explore adding adjustments to multiple procedures, and how to quickly charge retail items to patient accounts.
We are excited to announce that Version 18.4 has been released as Stable. This version implemented 25 features and enhancements. Read the highlights in this post, then update to unlock all the software has to offer!
In this Patient Accounts Part 1 post, read how to create claims quickly & efficiently, track any follow-ups you’re doing with insurance, and all that comes with handling insurance payments.
As your practice grows, make sure you’re utilizing all the available tools to track and manage all your revenue, whether it’s from insurance or patients. This post gives you a rundown on reports in Open Dental that can help at every stage of the revenue cycle.
Learn more about setting up and displaying Production Goals, Production, and Net Production in your Appointments Module.
Consumer health spending rises during tax refund season when patients are more able to pay for care. Let your patients know you care about them, and encourage them to get treatment for their small issues now so they don’t become bigger and more expensive problems!
Treatment planning is an essential tool your practice can utilize to clearly communicate treatment needs the doctor has identified for your patients’ optimum dental health. This post looks at 4 key ingredients in a successful treatment plan: a plan presented by your practice, and accepted by your patient.
Learn more about transferring your patient’s data to another practice, printing a patient receipt (for FSA reporting, etc.), and what to do if you’ve sent the wrong procedures on a claim.