Dentally has been developing a new integration with e-Ortho in Scotland that will also benefit practices nationwide who offer Orthodontic treatments to their patients.
Welcome to week two of our Summer School, where we go back to basics with Dentally.
This week we are talking about NHS Claims. As you know, when you complete a treatment plan within Dentally you can then raise an NHS claim from it.
Once you create your claim, there is a simple process to send…
At Dentally, we are committed to providing our Scottish customers with software that allows them to manage their practice smoothly. We have not only worked hard to ensure that Dentally supports the existing workflows of dental practitioners but also that we are officially approved and compliant…
It's that time of year again when the NHS patient charges increase in Wales and England, we have already put the new fees into Dentally, so that our customers can be confident they are in place and ready for the change on the 1st April 2019.Wales
Dentally is delighted to be officially approved and compliant to the NHS Practitioner Services Divisions (PSD) e-Dental Programme Phase 2 reforms for NHS Scotland. Scottish dental practitioners can be confident that they can undertake their NHS work effectively with Dentally.
The 2018 NHS fees for England and Wales have been released in recent weeks. In summary, in case you’ve missed it, they are to be the following:
We are delighted to announce that Dentally is now an approved software supplier for transmitting claims to the Scottish Board via eDental.
Keeping on top of your NHS contract can be tough, no doubt about it. During training we are often asked what the best way of keeping track of whether a practice is meeting the targets in their NHS contract and how to manage it. Of course, every practice runs a little differently but we have a…
The 1st of April 2016 marked the 10th year anniversary since the UDA/UOA contracts came into force.
A few weeks ago I briefly covered the changes that the NHS are making this April. Jonny has recently explained a bit about Compass. In this post. we'll be learning more about the new NHS decayed, missing and filled teeth indicators (DMF) that are being introduced to the FP17 forms.