Learn about the 4-step process in Open Dental to create and send customized end-of-year letters to your patients before their benefits expire.
In this tips & tricks post, learn more about how to process insurance refunds (when you’re sending money back to insurance), what to do if the provider’s DEA number is not showing on prescriptions, and some tips on medication lists.
With Open Dental, there’s no need to “close out” any period – reports can be run anytime! In this post, we’ll review the typical end of day and end of month reports you may want to run.
If you’re a high-volume practice swimming in insurance payments & EOBs, you won’t want to miss this post about ERAs and what they can do for your practice.
The Tasks feature in Open Dental is a valuable tool that can be used for interoffice communication, to-do items, requests, reminders, and more. This post gives you the tools you need to set up and start using tasks in your office today.
Using post-it notes as your follow-up solution? There is hope! Read on for a better way to identify and reappoint your unscheduled or no-shows patients.
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.
A stable business can shelter its data from all of Mother Nature’s mood swings. Here’s how you can do it.
Setting up the insurance plan correctly and using updated fee schedules is key to getting accurate estimates. This post discusses four common plan types.
As your practice grows, make sure you’re utilizing all the available tools to track and manage all your revenue, whether it’s from insurance or patients. This post gives you a rundown on reports in Open Dental that can help at every stage of the revenue cycle.