Understanding coordination of benefits (COB) can be difficult as there are a plethora of rules regulating COB.
Some procedures require additional information like images, an EOB, a narrative, or other items to be attached to the claim. In this post, we’ll look at the options for claim attachments.
In this tips & tricks post, we’ll discuss the Exclusion Fee Rule for in-network plans that do not cover certain treatment categories or procedures, how to use Display Fields to customize your Treatment Plan and Patient Information in the Chart Module, and how to transfer patient records to another practice.
If your Outstanding Insurance Claims Report has a balance that makes your hair stand on end, this post is for you! We’ll be going through some steps you can take in Open Dental (and beyond) to help prevent issues that could delay insurance payments.
If your practice sends claims electronically, you won’t want to miss the tips in this post to help you troubleshoot errors that may come up during the process.
If you’re juggling busy front desk duties while entering insurance payments, the tips in this post are here to help streamline the process so you can get back to doing everything else.
The Blue Book feature in Open Dental can help make treatment plan estimates more accurate for your patients on out-of-network plans. Learn how to enable and use this feature here.
In this post, learn the setup that’s needed to enable medical insurance, chart medical procedures, and send medical claims in Open Dental.
You have insurance that protects the physical assets in your practice, but do you have cyber insurance to protect you against a cyber attack? Read more about how to more fully protect your practice.
The Family Module is the hub of patient data, including patient information, family members, recall dates, and insurance plans. In this post, we’ll cover the basics, and introduce you to some features that may be new to you.