Getting the most out of your practice management software is important. One report that can help your efficiency is the Daysheet. This report provides an overview of the following:
- Posted transactions;
- Practice’s production;
- Number of patients seen; and
In addition, the Daysheet confirms the receivable totals and accounting reports. Because of all the financial information contained in this report, the CS SoftDent support team recommends running the Daysheet after every working day.
The following steps will help you run this report – as well as save you and your team valuable time.
While in CS SoftDent, select reports from the top ribbon and select 5.Daysheet – you can access this list while on any screen.
If you’re already using digital radiography (DR) in your practice, you might wonder: What’s the point of adding computed radiography (CR) when I already have sensors to accommodate patients of all shapes and sizes?
The point is that not every patient can comfortably handle a sensor. Some find the sensor so bothersome—especially for bitewings on a patient with large mandibular tori—that they can’t remain immobile long enough to take a good radiograph. This could prevent you from getting a high-quality image, and, therefore, inhibit your diagnosing capabilities. Having a CR system available enables you to ensure your patient’s comfort without sacrificing image quality.
So your next question might be: What’s the learning curve for a CR system?
As it turns out, surprisingly short, if you choose the right one. Continue reading