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All the latest regarding automation and dental offices.

Aug 5

Group Practice or DSO, a POC, is the way to go.

A Proof of Concept approach is an excellent way to start your automation journey when you are a DSO or a Dental Group Practice. It is a demonstration to verify that certain concepts, hypotheses, or theories have the potential for real application in any of your dental offices. In our automation world, POC is an easy and fast way to validate the scope and benefits of automating business processes in dental offices.

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Aug 3

4 How does Automation impact revenue cycle management in dental offices

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Jul 30

Custom-fit Automation

Although standard business processes across all dental offices have little variation, every practice is still unique in executing these. As an example, let’s review the insurance verification process. Every dental office in the country needs to verify insurance before a patient visits the office. It’s a standard process. However, there are many variations to it.

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Jul 27

Your automation journey

Very similar to when you decided to build your dental office, automating the business part of your dental office is a journey. The best way to explain this journey is with the “building the house” metaphor. Metaphors are always useful as they help us putting innovative ideas into a context we might understand.

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Jul 12

DentalRobot's Dashboard

DentalRobot keeps adding new features to support multi-location dental offices like groups and Dental Support Organization. For those IT providers, Insurance Verification companies, and 3rd party platforms, Dental Robot's new release of its business automation platform for dental offices is excellent.

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Jul 12

Why do we love verbs so much

As you might have seen in most of our social media posts or our newly released promotional video (click here), we love four specific verbs. Let’s review each one.

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Jun 25

How can Automation help my practice?

There are three types of dental practices by patient volume. High, mid, and low. High volume dental practices are those that see above 50-60 patients per day. Low volume is those less than 15 patients per day. Which type of dental practice are you?

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Jun 24

What should I automate in my dental practice?

We get asked this question a lot from Groups and high volume practices. The answer is straightforward.

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