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Dayna Johnson
Dayna Johnson has helped dental offices from around the country easily transition down the path to paperless using her years of experience as a dental office manager and Certified Dentrix Trainer. As one of the country's most trusted consultants, she gives a straightforward and complete assessment for each of her clients. No two dental offices are alike, and Dayna channels her passion for going chartless to help each of her clients fulfill their goals and increase their profitability. For more information, visit www.raedentalmanagement.com or her blog at thedentrixofficemanager.blogspot.com.
Top 10 things no one tells you before investing in practice management software
Top 10 things no one tells you before investing in practice management software
Ten things to keep in mind before you make any big changes.
The top 10 Dentrix features you probably aren't using
The top 10 Dentrix features you probably aren't using
In 2003, my dental practice converted from an archaic DOS-based dental software to the impressive and robust Dentrix practice management software. To say the least, I was completely overwhelmed. Two years later, in 2005, I still felt like I hadn’t even scratched the surface of my new powerful software’s potential, so I applied to become a Certified Dentrix Trainer in order to learn everything there was to know about the Dentrix program.
Simplifeye helps dentists stay up-to-the-minute with their practices
Simplifeye helps dentists stay up-to-the-minute with their practices
As technology continues to advance, more and more tools are being introduced that make our lives easier both personally and professionally.
The top 5 most gruesome horror movie injuries - and the ICD-10 codes that could save the victims' lives
The top 5 most gruesome horror movie injuries - and the ICD-10 codes that could save the victims' lives
It’s a dark and stormy night in the small town where your dental practice is located. It’s also one of the first late, late afternoons you’ve worked in the practice since it relocated from the center of town to a new location out by the lake.
5 critical things to consider when purchasing technology for the dental practice
The satisfaction of getting a new computer, network or piece of technology to work was the thrill of the hunt. It’s amazing sometimes that it all works together.
What value-added services can do for your practice and patients
While I love many things about living near the Rocky Mountains, the service department at my new Lexus dealer is not one of them. For my last service appointment, I pulled in, got out of the car, and looked around. No one was waiting on me.
What Would Dayna Do ... about the ethics of waiving copayments in the dental practice?