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3 Methods to Help You Earn Money for Your Dental Practice More Quickly

3 Methods to Help You Earn Money for Your Dental Practice More Quickly

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Professionals across the country count on receiving a steady paycheck every two weeks. Pay day is marked by that wonderful sealed envelope on their desks or that welcome direct deposit boost to their bank accounts. Getting paid is reliable, consistent and requires no extra work on the employee’s part. As a dentist, getting paid isn’t quite so simple, is it? Your...

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8 Methods to Avoid Dealing with Debt

8 Methods to Avoid Dealing with Debt

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It’s a sad truth that dentists are stuck with past-due bills more often than other medical professions. Eliminating the opportunity for a patient to skip payment should be a top priority of every dentist. Additionally, dental offices have limited financing options, and this makes cash flow all the more important to their operations. Any hours spent collecting...

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Cash or Credit – or Both?

Cash or Credit – or Both?

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One of the biggest challenges any practice faces has been going on for decades, and it comes down to the simple equation of whether to allow credit or demand cash-only payments. Cash has obvious advantages. When patients pay up-front, a practice does not have to allot staff time to tracking down non-payers by mail, phone or email. Furthermore, a collection agency is...

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Is it Time to get a Check-up with Your Dental Collections Partner?

Is it Time to get a Check-up with Your Dental Collections Partner?

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There are a number of things that need to be in proper alignment if you want to maximize your collections with your Dental Collections partner. You need a licensed agency that behaves in a moral, professional manner. You must provide that collections partner with accurate, current data. It is also critical to utilize an agency that provides timely, accurate...

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Charging Collection Fees:  What’s Legal, What’s Trouble

Charging Collection Fees: What’s Legal, What’s Trouble

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Learn tips and best practices for legally applying collection fees to your past due accounts. Collection fees are a necessary part of the dental billing and collections process for many practices. If improperly used, collection fees can actually put your practice at risk. Brian Eggert, Supervisor of I.C. System’s Client Service and Records Management functions, will...

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