Prepayments are a great way to collect payment before work has been completed, but you may be unsure how to best take a payment or how to allocate the payment once treatment has been completed. We’ll cover best practices in this post.
You have a variety of patients in your practice. In this post we’ll discuss features that will allow you to better manage your more difficult patients, and help them arrive for appointments and pay their bills on time.
Embezzlement is something every dental practice owner needs to be aware of. Learn the tools in Open Dental that can help mitigate embezzlement risk.
Patient statements come in all different shapes and sizes. We’ll review the various options, and how to create them with just a few clicks.
In this Tips & Tricks post, we’ll cover how to print a blank claim form, when to create additional Billing Types, printing progress notes, and giving your patient a copy of their records.
Automation of repetitive tasks boosts efficiency & productivity, creates a more consistent process, and improves the patient experience. Learn the settings in Open Dental that automate functions, and the tools that automate processes.
One way we help you maximize the tools in Open Dental is by keeping our webinars and videos up-to-date and relevant to life in your practice. In this post, we’ll share the most popular videos and playlists.
Open Dental is backed by a team of experts from all walks of life. In this post we interview Amber, who is a Conversions Supervisor.
Take a fresh look at things in your practice management software that may be outdated and need updating. Here are the do’s and don’ts of Open Dental setup and cleanup to prevent unintended consequences like changes to historical data.
Loads of tips in this post! Learn how to update your software and download 2022 CDT Codes (or Canada Fee Guides), update your office fees, reset benefits for the new year, evaluate and choose an integrated eRx option in Open Dental, show a treatment plan estimate as of a specific date, and install Open Dental on additional workstations in your practice.