Increased dependency on insurance arrow-right decreased satisfaction.
Over the past ten years, the percentage of the U.S. population with dental insurance has increased by over 30%. However, nearly 70% of patients are actually paying more to insurance companies than the true market price of the services they receive. And how do you think customer satisfaction is trending? (Hint: it's not up.)
Unnecessary hassle, decreasing reimbursements, and convoluted repayment processes have led to an adversarial and toxic relationship.
The DentalHQ Solution:
Reduce barriers, regain control
With DentalHQ, you can provide uninsured patients with budgetary control over their dental care, reducing the #1 barrier to attracting uninsured patients: cost.
Eliminating dental insurance from the equation fosters a direct relationship between you and the patient, putting more money in your pocket, costing your patients less, and creating a better experience for everyone.
Is it time to drop those PPOs?
Spoiler alert: Yes. Yes it is.
Dental insurance companies keep squeezing and squeezing – lowering reimbursements while raising premiums to your patients. It's time to take matters into your own hands and think about dropping some of the worst ones.
Don't worry, it's not as scary as you think.
We've created a handy calculator to help you determine what you need to do to retain the same revenue while waving bye-bye to those PPOs.