May 22, 2020
PPE guidelines and regulations have no doubt increased your operating costs, and many insurance companies are not recognizing the need for coverage or the additional costs you’re incurring. The easiest way to reduce overhead is to increase collections, but how do we do this when we’re limited to insurance carrier’s allowable amounts?
May 15, 2020
There’s been a lot of confusion regarding PPE. And rightfully so. It’s going to be a process for the insurance companies to get this hiccup figured out. Especially with all the leasing agreements and making sure third party providers are on board and up to date with billing policies.
May 8, 2020
Recently the ADA released a letter on negotiating and handling contract negotiations. While we appreciate the ADA’s commitment to advocating for dental practices, we found that most information included in this letter is inaccurate and has proven to be ineffective over the last couple of years.
April 24, 2020
We have seen the emergence of two types of practices during this pandemic. The first type being paralyzed with fear and shutting down every aspect of their business in an effort to preserve and maintain. The second being those that are learning to pivot and maintain their forward motion during difficult times.
April 3, 2020
Dental practices have been hit hard with the requirement of closures and only being able to accept emergency visits. Rather than falling into the pit of potential doom and gloom ahead, it only makes sense to leverage this downtime to your benefit as much as possible.
December 5, 2018
If you caught our article about PPO Optimization and the endless number of structural possibilities available, you’re probably wondering if this might be affecting you. If you are participating with even a handful of PPO plans, the answer is likely YES!