The best way to protect against the hassle and cost of data breaches is prevention, but the first step is understanding them. This guide outlines the types of data breaches your practice could encounter and the simple steps to prevent data breach incidents from occurring in the first place.
Do you update your software regularly? Here are 5 great reasons why you will want to keep your Open Dental practice management software up-to-date.
Learn the critical IT setup components, their timeline, and what to look for in an IT partner for your start-up dental practice.
When you’re starting a new practice, you want to set everything up correctly in Open Dental from the start to minimize workflow disruption and costly re-work later. Learn the 5 Open Dental setup essentials you’ll want to attend to before you start seeing patients in your new practice.
Just as there are many causes of stress in the dental profession, there are also many solutions to coping with and overcoming it. In this article, we’ll explore how using actionable data can help you to build a team where everyone thinks like an owner.
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A disaster recovery plan is essential for all HIPAA compliant businesses. Moreover, it is crucial this plan is regularly updated to ensure PHI data is safe no matter what.
In this tips & tricks post, we’ll discuss charting supernumerary teeth, finding the list of patients with treatment that needs to be scheduled, and what to do when insurance sends you an additional payment (or reduces their original payment).
Learn about employee training resources, and a new Certifications tool to help you manage your employees’ training progress in Open Dental.
Just like a house, your database can get cluttered over time, with duplicate or outdated information that could benefit from some attention. In this post, we’re going to help you do some “spring cleaning” of your Open Dental software.