As a dental practice, you have probably dealt with past due, overdue, and uncollected accounts in the past. How can you avoid this? There is no way to avoid it entirely, some patients simply will never pay. But, offering more … [Read more...]
Dental Collections Agency Articles
As your practice's accounts receivable age, the chances of recovering them decrease dramatically. It's just like a decaying tooth, if you don't take action early enough the tooth is going to be lost. It sometimes becomes a better use of your practices's time and resources to concentrate on providing care. Using a dental collection agency can be profitable for your profitale and help you grow. And if prevents your staff from having to have uncomfortable conversations with your patients.
How To Avoid Dental Bad Debt
It is no secret that dental practices deal with far more dental bad debt and unpaid accounts, in comparison to other medical professionals. With this said there are steps which can be taken, and there are things which can be … [Read more...]
How To Set Up An Effective Patient Collection Policy
Your practice probably has a financial policy in place, but do you have a patient collection policy in place? Many dental offices will answer no to this question, which can be a major issue in your business. If you don't have … [Read more...]
What To Expect When Making Dental Debt Collection Calls
As the owner of a dental practice, you have probably dealt with non-paying patients in the past. With high number of accounts receivable going into collections, your staff has probably made many dental debt collection calls … [Read more...]
Dental Debt Collection Agencies – When Is It Time To Outsource?
On a daily basis, dental offices are having problems collecting patient bills which go into accounts receivable. Whether you can't find the patient, you can't get in touch with their insurer, or they are simply ignoring you … [Read more...]
How To Get Your Dental Accounts Receivable Under Control
Unpaid debts aren't simply the 'cost of doing business'. In fact, many dental practices lose far more than they should annually, because they simply say they can't collect on past due dental accounts receivable, but this … [Read more...]