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    3 reasons dental membership plans will save your practice

    As insurance takes a bigger and bigger part of your income, it's time to look for a different solution.


    A high-quality Dental Membership Plan comes fully loaded with tools and leverages technology to automate and streamline administration, providing staff with more time for patient interaction.

    For instance, the best Dental Membership Plans leverage cloud computing. The platform can be accessed and updated by you and your patients — from anywhere, anytime. There’s no need to download and maintain it on local computers. It’s easy to use and can be accessed from home or office on your desktop or smartphone, delivering real efficiencies.

    Automation is also key. Quality plans automate even the most fundamental tasks to increase time for patient interaction. For instance, plans that integrate payment processing directly in the application allow your staff to stop chasing credit card numbers and late payments. Patients enter their own data once and the rest is handled for you by the platform. Best of all, automatic renewals ensure that your patients stay committed for the long haul, year after year. You won’t need to call and re-sell the service once a plan expires. This next-level automation drives operational efficiencies, reducing administrative burdens and placing more of your people on the front line of providing quality dental treatment.

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    Making dollars out of sense

    So, the numbers are in. It’s no wonder that Dental Membership Plans have gained so much traction in dentistry in such a short time. When you do the calculations it’s clear (pun intended). Dental Membership Plans are the linchpin play in spurring both short-term profit as well as long-term value for your practice. That spells good news for the industry fighting to regain control over its own destiny and succeed in delivering quality care to patients.

    1. Based on actual Kleer customer practice data for the time period 1/1/18-8/31/18

    Dave Monahan
    Dave Monahan, CEO of Kleer, has a passion for creating technology-enabled businesses that improve people’s lives. Monahan’s advocation ...


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