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In today’s busy, technologically driven world, it’s easy to get caught up in the chaos that can ensue behind our computer screens.  As Contractors that work remotely, as a Dentist who’s daily routine revolves around the computer, and as Auxiliary Staff who are reliant upon...

April Wickham has been a part of eAssist since October of 2017. She enjoys working in the dental billing field because she is able to help the doctor earn the most money because reimbursement is already so minimum. She loves being able to help give...

By: Belle DuCharme, CDPMA, CDC A healthy practice needs these three “C's” of success.   Let’s examine your cash, credit and customers: How about cash?   What is your production and collection statistics?   Are you producing to a goal set based on your realistic overhead plus margin for growth?...

By: Belle DuCharme, CDPMA, CDC Working in the environment of the average dental practice involves close contact with fellow workers, patients, vendors and the boss or dentist CEO. There is much emphasis placed on “teamwork” because it is necessary to get through the highly structured day...

From Jackie Koontz, Kaizen Coach and Account Executive In January of 2015, one of my offices had a patient present for a routine crown and buildup replacement. I went ahead and billed the patient's insurance through Cigna for the services. On March 2nd of 2015 I...

Employees are a company's greatest asset - they're your competitive advantage. You want to attract and retain the best; provide them with encouragement, stimulus, and make them feel that they are an integral part of the company's mission.   Anne M. Mulcahy In business it is important...

Documentation for soft tissue grafts should include: Tooth number and location of the defects (surface or area) Millimeters of recession (documented chart) Statement about progression of recession as documented in clinical chart at recall  Presence of inflammation and location on tissue...