Patients today want almost everything to be easier: it is essential to think of them in even the minor details of office operations. If how you approach payment processing is an afterthought today, insights in this post might leave you thinking differently.
Treatment planning is an essential tool your practice can utilize to clearly communicate treatment needs the doctor has identified for your patients’ optimum dental health. This post looks at 4 key ingredients in a successful treatment plan: a plan presented by your practice, and accepted by your patient.
For new customers looking for a practice, it starts with convenience. And as a customer-centric business, automating the feedback loop is key. Read this post to find out how Podium integrates with Open Dental to automate and optimize your customer journey, to take your practice to the next level.
Ransomware presents a growing threat to your practice. Read this post to learn more about the types of ransomware, its potential impact on your practice, and how UnisonBDS from Central Data Storage can help protect your data and reputation against ransomware.
Learn more about transferring your patient’s data to another practice, printing a patient receipt (for FSA reporting, etc.), and what to do if you’ve sent the wrong procedures on a claim.
We are excited to announce that Version 18.3 has been released as Stable. This version implemented 17 features and enhancements. Read the highlights in this post, then update to unlock all the software has to offer!
It has been our privilege to help you become more proficient with the features and tools in Open Dental. Here are the top 10 posts of 2018.
Open Dental is CDAnet certified and ready for use in all Canadian offices. Read this post to learn more about Canada-specific features in Open Dental, and setup steps to ensure your software will perform as expected.
In this tips & tricks post, learn more about end-of-year letters, changing settings and adding options to various areas of Open Dental, dropping old insurance coverage, and dealing with roll-over benefits.
This Time Card FAQ post answers common questions about security settings, using time clocks, and managing employee time in Open Dental.