This Time Card FAQ post answers common questions about security settings, using time clocks, and managing employee time in Open Dental.
In this tips & tricks post, learn how to track claim follow-up activity, how to make sure the DEA number prints on your paper prescriptions, and how to view a complete record of a patient (and their family members’) appointments.
Practice knowledge is most powerful when it’s documented and centralized. Meet the Open Dental Wiki – your new practice knowledge hub.
Appointment scheduling is a process that is done frequently. Read this post for 5 great tools you can use in Open Dental to make the process consistent, efficient, and even automated!
In this tips & tricks post, get a helpful resource for troubleshooting Treatment Plans & Preauthorizations, how to handle multi-stage treatment, using an iPad for patient forms, and how to move a patient into an existing family in Open Dental.
In this tips & tricks post, find out what to do if employees are clocking in but nothing’s showing up (you can’t see your current pay period), how to close out the month in Open Dental, and the process for opening next year in your schedule.
This post answers common questions on the Treatment Plan module in Open Dental. Learn how to troubleshoot common issues with treatment plans, better organize and present treatment planned care to boost treatment plan acceptance, and manage preauthorizations.
Whether it’s seeing how many times you performed a certain procedure, getting a list of patients by carrier, or evaluating production and collections, there are many reports in Open Dental that can help! Here are a few of our most popular reports: Procedures Report (go to Reports, Standard, […]
Planned Appointments prevent patient care from slipping through the cracks, and are a great way to fill openings in your schedule. Read this post to find out how to use planned appointments to boost case acceptance, and fill your schedule.
Open Dental makes creating & sending insurance claims, and receiving insurance payments quick and easy! Read this post for answers to situations that come up when working with claims.