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    5 ways to tell if dental benefit plans are failing your practice and patients

    Selecting profitable plans while managing patient flow is key to running a successful dental practice

    Accepting dental benefit plans is often a necessary part of practicing dentistry. The dental benefit plans that you accept affect your revenue, the business of your practice and your ability to treat the patients in your community. That is why selecting profitable plans while managing patient flow is key to running a successful dental practice.

    Unfortunately, because each practice is unique in how and where they are located and plans can vary widely in fee schedules, it is difficult to understand when plans are negatively affecting your patients and your practice. Keeping that in mind, here are five ways to tell that your dental plans are not pulling their weight in your practice.

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    Alitta Boechler, AuD, MBA
    Alitta Boechler is a marketing manager at Sikka Software. She holds a Doctorate of Audiology from the University of Iowa and an MBA from ...

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