Tools help us keep focused, save us time, automate activities, and can save us thousands of dollars in missed opportunities.
The trick is knowing the right ones to use so that you don’t end up with a stack of expensive, unused software that collect digital dust while you wait for your annual account to run its course.
My commitment to you is that I will always go first. I continually explore what’s needed to aid a dental office. I experiment with what works and what doesn’t and then report back to you what you need (and when you need it) to create a profitable business you absolutely love.
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Standardized Operational Procedures (SOPs). These are basically templates that the team member must follow whenever creating a new system. This ensures consistency in your operations manual.
Online Tracking Tools
Where will you store all of these documents? If you have a tech person you can store them on your server, and give each station in the office access to the drive. If that’s not available then here are some online options:
Great place to store your operational manual.
Companies for Hire
Outsourcing is a great way to free up your team members so that they can focus on delivering an exceptional patient experience.
Is your front desk team overloaded? Or maybe turnover has been higher than you like, but collecting money is crucial for the life of the business. eAssist will submit insurance claims, post payments, make insurance claim calls to ensure that you get paid for the work you did. They also provide the additional service of decreasing your patient account receivables. They're professional and a pleasure to work with! (Tip: Buy your own scanner on Amazon)