In this tips & tricks post, we share Open Dental keyboard shortcuts, discuss how to set up required fields to ensure critical patient information is recorded, how to process rollover benefits, and how to request new features for Open Dental.
It’s time to help patients get the care they need before their insurance benefits expire at year-end. We review the steps for sending end-of-year letters to your patients.
These tools in Open Dental will have you charting procedure code groupings in one quick step for efficiency gains that will make you smile.
In this post, we’ll help you prepare for temporary staff that may be covering for your team members during their leave.
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 will discuss ways to restrict scheduling for specific patients, how to clean up duplicate patients in your database, and what to do if your secondary claims are being denied by your clearinghouse because they need item level adjustments.
In this tips & tricks post, we’ll discuss troubleshooting recurring charges that aren’t processing, how to change the font size on the schedule (and other parts of the program), and e-Prescribe options in Open Dental.
The Open Dental Chart Module’s Show tab and Chart Views are often overlooked, but very powerful. Learn how they can help you save time and improve efficiency.
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.