In this tips & tricks post, we’ll discuss how to quickly reallocate a credit balance within a family, closing out a day or month in Open Dental, and how to know if your primary claim payment information is being sent with your secondary claim.
In this tips & tricks post, we’ll discuss a new tool to help you organize your (many many) fee schedules, how to add and view both patient forms and consent forms in the Forms window, and how to set things up so that patient records are auto-saved in your Imaging Module.
In this tips & tricks post, we’ll discuss using User Groups for more flexibility, adding favorite reports to a reports submenu, and some great tools to be found in the Help menu in Open Dental.
The Appointment Module is a critical part of managing patient flow and scheduling. Read this post for the tools you need to power it up to its full potential
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.
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.
In this tips & tricks post, learn how to track claim follow-up activity, how to make sure the DEA number prints on your paper prescriptions, and how to view a complete record of a patient (and their family members’) appointments.
In this tips & tricks post, get a helpful resource for troubleshooting Treatment Plans & Preauthorizations, how to handle multi-stage treatment, using an iPad for patient forms, and how to move a patient into an existing family in Open Dental.
In this tips & tricks post, find out what to do if employees are clocking in but nothing’s showing up (you can’t see your current pay period), how to close out the month in Open Dental, and the process for opening next year in your schedule.
Can you undo a delete action in Open Dental? What about editing or printing fee schedules? Read more and find out.