Cut Costs, Not Trees.

Everyone is going paperless. From banks to insurance companies to dental offices, the world is turning the page on paper and diving head first into the digital age.

In an effort to encourage practices to switch over to an Electronic Data Interchange format and do away with paper, CDA Endorsed Program DentalXChange will plant a tree in the name of each new practice that signs up for any EDI product.

The goal: Make practices run smoother and help the environment at the same time.

Making the switch to a paperless practice is not as hard as one may think. Using an EDI system can help make the process easy.

DentalXChange offers a myriad of EDI solutions and products designed to help practices realize the benefits of going paperless. Products like ClaimConnect, directly link practices to insurance companies, allowing claims to be filed online – no more printing claims, stuffing envelopes and licking stamps.

DentalXChange also offers NEA Fast Attach, letting practices digitally file x-rays with their electronic claims and Patient Statements, which allows statements to be sent via e-mail and provides patients the ability to view and pay their statement online.

All DentalXChange products are designed to save paper, time, money and are all environmentally friendly.

To receive a tree, practices should sign up for any of DentalXChange’s EDI products and use it for 90 days. After the 90-day period, we will send you a certificate stating DentalXChange has planted a tree in honor of the practice. This certificate will show patients and employees of the practice that it cares about the community, the environment and is interested in making a difference in the world.

To learn more about DentalXChange’s EDI products, please call 800.576.6412 or visit www.DentalXChange.com.

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