In this post, learn the setup that’s needed to enable medical insurance, chart medical procedures, and send medical claims in Open Dental.
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.
The Treatment Plan is vital for giving your patients information on recommended treatment, what insurance is expected to cover, and the estimated patient portion. Learn about receiving preauthorizations, changing notes, applying discounts, and using eClipboard to record patient signatures, and more.
If your practice offers orthodontic services to your patients, this post is for you. We’ll be discussing essential setup steps, and give you some really smile-worthy tips for ongoing management of ortho activity in Open Dental.
The Account Module is where your patients’ financial information is stored. Learn how to manage what’s here, and get links to additional helpful resources.
The Family Module is the hub of patient data, including patient information, family members, recall dates, and insurance plans. In this post, we’ll cover the basics, and introduce you to some features that may be new to you.
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.
You’re used to clicking and double-clicking to take action in the software. Read on to discover right-click magic and the tools behind them in Open Dental.
Learn some tricks for navigating the schedule, how to create a HIPAA Compliant view, and how to get some statistics on completed procedures.