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Understanding Dental Insurance
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Recent Posts from the Dental Insurance Guy
Are You Ready to Drop Networks?
Since 2020, there have been multiple challenges and new trends that have greatly affected dental offices across the country. Trends such as rising wage demands, increasing supply costs, lack of PPO fee schedule increases, and inflation that eats into profitability have dental offices asking the question more than ever: “What if I just drop insurance?”
FFS vs. PPO: Are You an Apple or an Orange?
FFS and PPO offices can both be highly profitable. However, there is a huge difference in the successful operating model between FFS offices and PPO offices. Trying to be both is where some offices tend to fail. Finding a balance between processes and profitability is key. It is important to understand what type of office you want to eventually be and then focus your efforts on matching that model. FFS and PPO offices tend to be like apples and oranges, they are similar in that they both treat patients, but otherwise have some significant differences.
Are We Our Own Worst Enemy
Dental insurance is often cited as the number one issue plaguing the industry. Is insurance really the number one issue or is it our in-grained, knee-jerk response to the word “insurance”?