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Emphasize the use of patient insurance benefits.

Emphasize the use of patient insurance benefits. Many patients are confused about their insurance plans. They don’t necessarily understand what is or isn’t covered. Consequently, they may put off dental care. Each practice should review patient records to determine:

  • Which patients have incomplete treatment (Is it insurance-related?)
  • Which patients have put off treatment due to a lack of insurance
  • Which patients have unused benefits for the yearThen, provide the necessary guidance to help patients maximize their benefits.

Management Monday: Check out Dr. Levin’s whitepaper, “The 8 Permanent Game Changers,” by clicking here.

Don’t assume parents know about insurance.

Don’t assume parents know about insurance. Take the lead and create a stronger awareness of how insurance works. Well-informed parents know at the outset what to expect in terms of coverage for treatment. Practice productivity can be increased by something as simple as introducing an informative brochure on insurance.

Management Monday: Check out Dr. Levin’s whitepaper, “The 8 Permanent Game Changers,” by clicking here.

Emphasize the use of patient insurance benefits.

Emphasize the use of patient insurance benefits. Many patients are confused about their insurance plans. They don’t necessarily understand what is or isn’t covered. Consequently, they may put off dental care. Each practice should review patient records to determine:

  • Which patients have incomplete treatment (Is it insurance-related?)
  • Which patients have put off treatment due to a lack of insurance
  • Which patients have unused benefits for the yearThen, provide the necessary guidance to help patients maximize their benefits.

Management Monday: Check out Dr. Levin’s whitepaper, “The 8 Permanent Game Changers,” by clicking here.

Emphasize the use of patient insurance benefits.

Emphasize the use of patient insurance benefits. Many patients are confused about their insurance plans. They don’t necessarily understand what is or isn’t covered. Consequently, they may put off dental care. Each practice should review patient records to determine:

  • Which patients have incomplete treatment (Is it insurance-related?)
  • Which patients have put off treatment due to a lack of insurance
  • Which patients have unused benefits for the yearThen, provide the necessary guidance to help patients maximize their benefits.

Management Monday: Check out Dr. Levin’s whitepaper, “The 8 Permanent Game Changers,” by clicking here.

Emphasize the use of patient insurance benefits.

Emphasize the use of patient insurance benefits. Many patients are confused about their insurance plans. They don’t necessarily understand what is or isn’t covered. Consequently, they may put off dental care. Each practice should review patient records to determine:

  • Which patients have incomplete treatment (Is it insurance-related?)
  • Which patients have put off treatment due to a lack of insurance
  • Which patients have unused benefits for the yearThen, provide the necessary guidance to help patients maximize their benefits.

Management Monday: Check out Dr. Levin’s whitepaper, “The 8 Permanent Game Changers,” by clicking here.

Don’t feel threatened by a business analysis of the practice.

Don’t feel threatened by a business analysis of the practice. Some dental staff members—and even dentists—think they will be blamed for any shortcomings in their practice’s performance. Actually, expert evaluations usually identify systems that need improvement, such as scheduling, patient reactivation, case presentation, and training. The real threat is posed by undiagnosed business problems.

Friday Freebie: Watch Dr. Levin’s video, “In Office Analysis” by clicking here.

 

Don’t feel threatened by a business analysis of the practice.

Don’t feel threatened by a business analysis of the practice. Some dental staff members—and even dentists—think they will be blamed for any shortcomings in their practice’s performance. Actually, expert evaluations usually identify systems that need improvement, such as scheduling, patient reactivation, case presentation, and training. The real threat is posed by undiagnosed business problems.

Friday Freebie: Watch Dr. Levin’s video, “In Office Analysis” by clicking here.

 

Don’t feel threatened by a business analysis of the practice.

Don’t feel threatened by a business analysis of the practice. Some dental staff members—and even dentists—think they will be blamed for any shortcomings in their practice’s performance. Actually, expert evaluations usually identify systems that need improvement, such as scheduling, patient reactivation, case presentation, and training. The real threat is posed by undiagnosed business problems.

Friday Freebie: Watch Dr. Levin’s video, “In Office Analysis” by clicking here.

 

Don’t feel threatened by a business analysis of the practice.

Don’t feel threatened by a business analysis of the practice. Some dental staff members—and even dentists—think they will be blamed for any shortcomings in their practice’s performance. Actually, expert evaluations usually identify systems that need improvement, such as scheduling, patient reactivation, case presentation, and training. The real threat is posed by undiagnosed business problems.

Friday Freebie: Watch Dr. Levin’s video, “In Office Analysis” by clicking here.

 

Don’t feel threatened by a business analysis of the practice.

Don’t feel threatened by a business analysis of the practice. Some dental staff members—and even dentists—think they will be blamed for any shortcomings in their practice’s performance. Actually, expert evaluations usually identify systems that need improvement, such as scheduling, patient reactivation, case presentation, and training. The real threat is posed by undiagnosed business problems.

Friday Freebie: Watch Dr. Levin’s video, “In Office Analysis” by clicking here.

 

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