In Part 2 of our insurance plan type series, we discuss the setup of more complex insurance plans including capitation and Medicaid/Flat Co-Pay plans.
Setting up the insurance plan correctly and using updated fee schedules is key to getting accurate estimates. This post examines four common plan types.
Build healthy, long-lasting patient relationships by avoiding these 5 billing mistakes that can cause patients to leave your practice.
Dental billing training for your administrative team impacts cash flow and revenue. Learn what training your team needs, and how to tap into training resources.
Are predeterminations helping or causing problems for your practice? Learn more and evaluate where you may want to refocus your efforts.
This article will focus on custom hard and soft occlusal guards and how to properly document and report these procedures to dental payers.
Some procedures require additional information like images, an EOB, a narrative, or other items to be attached to the claim. In this post, we’ll look at the options for claim attachments.
The Blue Book feature in Open Dental can help make treatment plan estimates more accurate for your patients on out-of-network plans. Learn how to enable and use this feature here.
Insurance can throw you some pretty tricky curveballs on claims. In this post, we’ll discuss what to do when insurance pays on a different code than you billed, processing single and batch claims, posting partial or multiple claim payments, handling insurance overpayments, interest payments, and more so you can knock it out of the park!