This Time Card FAQ post answers common questions about security settings, using time clocks, and managing employee time in Open Dental.
The Open Dental Campus, located on Marietta Street in Salem, Oregon is continuing to grow! Read about all that’s happened since our last update, and developments still to come.
We are excited to announce that Version 18.2 has been released as Stable. This version implemented 33 requested enhancements and features! Read the highlights in this post, then update to unlock all the software has to offer!
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.
We are excited to announce that Version 18.1 has been released as Stable. This version implemented 31 enhancements and features requested by our users! Read the highlights in this post, then update to unlock all the software has to offer!
In this post, read about PaySimple’s integration with Open Dental, and how it allows you to spend more time focusing on what really matters, and less time on payment processing.
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.
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) is a federal law that provides protection for patients’ health information and how it is handled by those who provide healthcare. Following HIPAA guidelines helps protect PHI and your organization. Businesses that fail to do so may be responsible for consequences, including fines, if data is compromised. In this post, we’ll discuss your responsibility for HIPAA compliance, the definition of PHI, and using the built-in tools in Open Dental for HIPAA-compliant use of the software.