Accounts Receivable Program

CHOOSE THE ENTIRE 4 SESSION PROGRAM  

OR REGISTER FOR PACKAGE  1 & 2  or  3 & 4

CE Hours: 12 Lecture 4 session package 
                     6 Lecture 2 session package

Speakers: 
Nancy Kagan, RDH, founder, Summit Dental Partners, LLC
Blake Cohen, practice management consultant, Summit Dental Partners, LLC

Financial Disclosure: The speakers have no financial relationships relevant to this presentation to disclose

March 30: SESSION 1: CREATING A FINANCIAL POLICY THAT WORKS
This course is designed to help the dental office team create a written financial policy and a proactive accounts receivable system based on the personal style and needs of the practice and understanding of the many types of insurance plans and their impact on the practice. In turn, this will allow for improved productivity and effective communication between the patient and the practice. 

Learning Objectives:

  • Develop a financial style for your practice
  • Understand the different types of insurance plans
  • Determine the insurance plans and participation that are right for you and your patients
  • Understand how dental insurance impacts your practice
  • Establish a written financial policy for your practice
  • Learn effective verbal skills to present your financial policy to your patients

APRIL 6: SESSION 2: UNDERSTAND PROPER BILLING TECHNIQUES FOR INSURANCE AND PATIENT REIMBURSEMENT
Understand your patients’ insurance benefits and help your patients maximize their coverage and your productivity

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand your patients’ insurance benefits and maximize their coverage
  • Determine proper data collection for efficient claim submission
  • Know how to calculate accurate co-payments
  • Learn to monitor unpaid claims
  • Be able to post payments correctly

APRIL 13: SESSION 3: CREATING A PROACTIVE ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE  SYSTEM
Create an accounts receivable protocol that will be measurable for maximum effectiveness and results. 

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn which reports you should be running and how often 
  • Understand accounts receivable reports
  • Create and monitor the accounts receivable protocol
  • Measure your results for success

APRIL 20: SESSION 4: CHECKS AND BALANCES THAT YOU MUST HAVE IN PLACE
Complete the picture from case presentation to the bank.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn effective verbal skills for improved patient communication
  •  Create effective systems to monitor your financials

  •  Understand how to read reports to monitor your practice

  •  Learn which reports you need to review daily, weekly, monthly

  •  Establish accountability measures for everyone

  •  Be able to protect yourself and your financials


Recommended Audience: Dentist, Front Office Staff 

Class is subject to cancellation if enrollment is not met. Call 800.342.8747 ext. 250 for information on cancellations due to inclement weather. Free cancellation up to 10 days prior to course date.

 

  • Where

  • Massachusetts Dental Society
    Two Willow Street
    Southborough, Massachusetts 01745
    508-480-9797

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