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.
When there is a balance on a patient account, you want to be able to quickly determine where the balance is coming from, and collect the correct amount from your patient. In this post, we’ll look at why your patient may have a balance, as well as other account questions that may come up as you manage patient accounts.
Procedures like crowns or bridges may be done over multiple visits. Learn how the group for multiple visits tool can give you better visibility and easier management of multi-visit treatment.
In this tips & tricks post, we’ll discuss tools for e-prescribing and PDMP, updating fee schedules (and treatment planned fees), customizing the appointment length for recall patients, and reassigning appointments and primary providers when a provider retires.
See this infographic on dental payment statistics and see what practices are doing to prepare for the future.
If your practice sends claims electronically, you won’t want to miss the tips in this post to help you troubleshoot errors that may come up during the process.
COVID-19 has brought lasting changes to dental staffing. Learn how to stay ahead, and find the staff you need to succeed in this post.
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.
In this post, learn the setup that’s needed to enable medical insurance, chart medical procedures, and send medical claims in Open Dental.
Software Update: Version 20.3 has been released as Stable, implementing some highly requested features. Watch the version highlights video and read more about the features here.