In Part 2 of our insurance plan type series, we discuss the setup of more complex insurance plans including capitation and Medicaid/Flat Co-Pay plans.
Setting up the insurance plan correctly and using updated fee schedules is key to getting accurate estimates. This post examines four common plan types.
Learn when and how to use clinical notes templates for consistency, improved efficiency, and prevention of human error and omission.
In this post, we’ll discuss where you can get advice from other Open Dental users, how to implement timecard security, and various Open Dental learning resources.
Learn about the wide range of customization options Open Dental offers that can optimize workflow and improve patient care.
If you’ve ever been stumped by how to handle an insurance scenario, this is the post for you. We’ll provide some tips & tricks to help you manage various insurance intricacies in Open Dental.
If your practice offers in-house or Discount Plans, these tools in Open Dental will help streamline and automate the process so staff doesn’t need to manually apply discounts or override them once a patient exceeds discount amounts.
Time for more tips! Learn how to set up per-visit copays, how to use the ABC0 field, searching Preferences when customizing Open Dental, and we’ll discuss the topic of using an image as a background for a sheet.
Specialty dental practices require tools that meet their unique needs. Learn about Open Dental features optimized for pediatric practices.
These best practices will help you set up out-of-network insurance plans in Open Dental to minimize frustration for your staff and your patients.