Scott Wellwood, President of DentalXChange
President, Scott Wellwood is featured in the latest issues of Inside Dentistry talking about technologies that benefit providers and their patients. Check out the article below:
Elevate Practice Efficiency and Patient Care
Five technologies that benefit providers and their patients
Technological advances that streamline practice management and improve customer service help dental offices distinguish themselves in a highly competitive environment. Dental practices continue to face two escalating challenges: how to operate more efficiently and how to provide patients with better care. Increasing efficiency is vitally important because operating costs comprise a large percentage of practices’ total expenses. And, as the spectrum of providers has broadened, patient expectations for care have heightened.
Fortunately, the market for tools to help dental offices meet these challenges is widening, as well. Providers now have a wealth of technologies available to them that can help to streamline practice management and improve customer service. Some of the technologies that are having the greatest positive impact on dental-practice efficiency and patient care include the following:
Read the full article at Inside Dentistry
Our VP of business development, Le Ann Morris, talked to Zachary Kulsrud of Dentistry IQ about credentialing and claims services in the new normal. Check it out below:
Credentialing trends dentists should watch in light of COVID-19
LeAnn Morris, vice president of business development for DentalXChange, answers our questions about credentialing and claims services in the new normal.
As many dental practices are forced to curtail patient visits to slow the spread of COVID-19, providers are more reliant than ever on their payer networks to maintain positive and timely cash flow. The situation highlights the need for web-based credentialing services that are accurate and efficient. We interviewed LeAnn Morris, vice president of business development for DentalXChange to learn more. Her company is a creator of electronic solutions for the dental industry, including the DDS Enroll web-based credentialing software platform. We discuss current credentialing trends, the pandemic’s impact on dentistry, and credentialing innovations dentists should watch out for in the near future.
Interview with Le Ann Morris, VP of business development, DentalXChange
DentistryIQ: During this period of disruption, many dentists and dental practices are reevaluating their vendors, systems, and value propositions. From a high-level view, what industry-wide credentialing trends are underway in dentistry? What is driving these trends, and why should dentists be paying attention?
LeAnn Morris: The main trend in credentialing is toward technology for providers and payers that is easy to use…
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