Open Dental is backed by a team of experts from all kinds of backgrounds. In this series, we’ll interview our experts in various specialties. In this post, we talk with Mark, an Implementations Coordinator.
The Open Dental Marietta Campus in Salem, Oregon is continuing to grow. See what’s changed since our last update.
Open Dental is backed by a team of experts from all kinds of backgrounds. In this series, we’ll interview our experts in various specialties. In this post, we talk with Michi, our Lead Clinical Analyst.
Some of the technical terms we use when we provide support (like MySQL, Server, eConnector Service, OpenDentImages, IP Address, etc.) may be unfamiliar and feel confusing or even intimidating. If you can relate, check out this post and boost your tech vocab.
While the Imaging Module has many features covered in our previous post, Illustrating the Imaging Module, this post will focus on some of the newest features introduced in Version 20.5.
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.
Patient scheduling is an everyday task that’s critically important to your practice’s success and growth. Learn how block scheduling boosts scheduling efficiency and allows you to schedule the right production value mix to meet and exceed your practice goals.
Do you update your software regularly? Here are 5 great reasons why you will want to keep your Open Dental practice management software up-to-date.
When you’re starting a new practice, you want to set everything up correctly in Open Dental from the start to minimize workflow disruption and costly re-work later. Learn the 5 Open Dental setup essentials you’ll want to attend to before you start seeing patients in your new practice.
In this tips & tricks post, we’ll discuss charting supernumerary teeth, finding the list of patients with treatment that needs to be scheduled, and what to do when insurance sends you an additional payment (or reduces their original payment).