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Posted at Nov 14, 2013 by JG

Fourth Quarter Financial Tips for Dentists » dentistrysbusinesssecrets.com

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Dental insurance maximums should always be considered when figuring patient co-pay amounts, but this is especially true at this time of the year. Patients may have used dental insurance benefits outside of your office so the best practice is to check directly with their insurance company to find out how much of their maximum benefit remains. Colleagues are often surprised when I tell them all of the variables we figure in when calculating co-pays. Maximum remaining benefit is one of those variables and it is certainly an important one as patients who do not pay their full co-pay up front at this time of year will be particularly difficult to collect from as expenses are high around the holidays. My entire Insurance Benefit Checklist for Pre-Op Verification and Estimation of Benefits is available on the Dentistry’s Business Secrets’ Practice Management Tools CD.

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