Three Tips to Increase Revenue in 2019

January 5, 2019

Everyone is back to work after the holidays. This time of year brings an overload of calls to our office with practices reevaluating their yearly plans and making big financial decisions for the up coming months.

Part 2: Solving the PPO Puzzle

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!

Solving the PPO Puzzle

November 5, 2018

Ever seen one of these? This is the simplest way to explain the possibilities of “leasing/sharing” that can take place between insurance companies and the endless number of combinations any practice can utilize.

3 Tips To Maximize Revenue In 4th Quarter

October 5, 2018

Optimize Insurance Participation:
With a new year approaching, there is no better time to start thinking about building a profitable PPO structure that will allow you to see higher profits in 2019.

What’s the Cost of NOT Negotiating PPO Fees Strategically?

September 5, 2018

September Case Study:
Solo provider with one location, participating with several National PPO Plans, received the following results and recommendations:

  • Aetna provided a standard 4% increase to the practice. Using our advanced leverage, we recommended strategic restructuring of this plan, which resulted in a 58% increase overall. This increase alone resulted in over $48,000 in additional revenue for this practice.
  • We also assisted with negotiations for Cigna, United Health Care, Humana, Principal, Ameritas, Connection Dental, Assurant, DHA, Sunlife Financial, Guardian and more, all of which were increased 13-23%.
  • Final ROI: $84,000 in additional revenue annually.

Celebrating Independence

July 1, 2018

Independence, by definition, means freedom from the control of others. Owning your own dental practice and being an entrepreneur can be the ultimate independence. It can also come with many headaches and hardships. We are here to help with that. Owning your own practice should be a rewarding experience, not only for you

4 Real Benefits of PPO Optimization in 2018

April 2, 2018

Most dentists will admit to feeling trapped by dental insurance companies who continually lower reimbursement rates, question treatment plans and delay cash flow. However, they feel increased pressure to be in network because patients with dental benefits are more likely to go to the dentist, take their children to the dentist and receive restorative care than uninsured patients. Without the dental insurance companies who ensure coverage on preventative care, dental visits would decrease.

Choose Your Own Write-Off

March 3, 2018

Most dentists will admit to feeling trapped by dental insurance companies who continually lower reimbursement rates, question treatment plans and delay cash flow. However, they feel increased pressure to be in network because patients with dental benefits are more likely to go to the dentist, take their children to the dentist and receive restorative care than uninsured patients. Without the dental insurance companies who ensure coverage on preventative care, dental visits would decrease.

The Power of PPO Structure Reviews

February 1, 2018

Most dentists will admit to feeling trapped by dental insurance companies who continually lower reimbursement rates, question treatment plans and delay cash flow. However, they feel increased pressure to be in network because patients with dental benefits are more likely to go to the dentist, take their children to the dentist and receive restorative care than uninsured patients. Without the dental insurance companies who ensure coverage on preventative care, dental visits would decrease.

Higher PPO Reimbursements for 2018

January 3, 2018

Most dentists will admit to feeling trapped by dental insurance companies who continually lower reimbursement rates, question treatment plans and delay cash flow. However, they feel increased pressure to be in network because patients with dental benefits are more likely to go to the dentist, take their children to the dentist and receive restorative care than uninsured patients. Without the dental insurance companies who ensure coverage on preventative care, dental visits would decrease.