Today, many Americans don’t have insurance or are unhappy with their coverage. When they require specific types of treatment, they’re often left frustrated by expense, waiting periods, exclusions, deductibles, and the portion of the bill that an insurance carrier won’t even touch.
Fortunately, dentists are starting to change all of that by offering in-house dental savings plans as an affordable alternative to conventional insurance policies. Continue reading →
Dental savings plans are a great option for patients looking for affordable insurance alternatives. When managed properly, an in-office discount program can help you retain current patients, improve case acceptance, reduce collections, and attract new patient referrals. Continue reading →
With advances in technology, paper checks have become a thing of the past. Businesses must spend time at the bank to deposit these checks and wait for them to clear. Customers must remember their check book and to pay their bills on time. Luckily, there is a better way, ACH payments – widely known as eChecks. ACH payments can save your practice up to 70% vs standard credit card processing fees. Continue reading →
As the Coronavirus pandemic changes our everyday lives, the Department of Health & Human Services has found the need to modify acceptable ways health care services are performed – they have made announcement that allows providers to accept video chat apps such a Facetime, Facebook’s Messenger, Zoom, Google Hangouts and Skype for medical consults. Continue reading →
Many offices are looking for the “secret sauce” to getting the word out and enrolling their patients into their dental savings plan. Believe it or not, it’s not magic! A lot of what offices find is that it comes down to offering good value, combined with old fashioned PR and getting their team on board by providing them with training while rewarding their hard work. We’ve collected a list from our clients of what works for them so we can help you generate more revenue by selling more plans! Continue reading →