Lindy Bentoneditorial@drbicuspid.comDental PracticeSuccess is a team effort: Part 2 -- Don't neglect the businessIn the first part of this series, Lindy Benton and Lynne Leggett, the founder and CEO of Victory Dental Management, discussed patient engagement and building a practice team. In part 2, they address other prevalent issues practice leaders face, including the human resources aspect of a practice and managing the revenue cycle.September 18, 2017Dental PracticeSuccess is a team effort: Part 1 -- The patient experienceEngaging patients in a meaningful way at the point of care is the single most important thing a dental practice can do to ensure its success, writes Lindy Benton of Vyne. Other minor components may help drive success, but treating patients well while providing the highest quality of service is at the heart of a practice's success.August 24, 2017InsuranceRegular coding changes add pain in dental practiceClaims and coding are of the utmost importance to practices, writes Lindy Benton of Vyne. Money powers every business, fuels growth, and affects our ability to serve prospective clients, whether they be patients or software customers. One thing is true for businesses large and small -- without a well-managed revenue cycle -- success, although possible, will be fleeting at best.March 13, 2017InsuranceWhat to ask when looking to improve your claim processesIs your insurance company moving toward electronic claim submissions? Is your practice prepared for all the issues around electronic claim and attachment submissions? Vyne CEO and President Lindy Benton writes that there's a way to improve your practice's processes, if you ask the right questions.December 26, 2016Dental Practice5 simple tips to improve your practice's processesStuck in a revenue cycle rut? Lost in a process management fog? There's a way to improve your practice's processes, writes Vyne CEO and President Lindy Benton, if you give the business side of your practice the right attention and planning.July 31, 2016InsuranceDropping claims and attachments to paper: What you need to knowAs a practice leader who understands the importance of process automation and data security, you've taken the necessary steps to implement a secure electronic claims and attachment process. But, as Vyne CEO and President Lindy Benton writes, can you be sure the claims documentation you're submitting is making its way to the health plan or payor in a likewise secure fashion?May 3, 2016Dental PracticeIn push for data security, practices need a planIn too many instances, practices are not prepared when their information technology is disabled or when there's a security breach, writes Lindy Benton, president of MEA|NEA. She explains how a little planning and preparation goes a long way toward securing your practice.February 8, 2016Dental PracticeEncryption is only as good as its useMaintaining HIPAA-compliant communications among dental providers, specialists, facilities, and patients is a must in today's environment. While just about every office relies on email, many do not realize these communications are often not secure, encrypted, or HIPAA-compliant. In her latest column, MEA|NEA CEO Lindy Benton explains why secure encryption matters and offers some solutions for practices.August 9, 2015Dental PracticeA closer look at HIPAA: Part 2 -- Violations and their mitigationIn the second part of her series on HIPAA, Lindy Benton of healthcare information exchange company MEA/NEA lists the 10 most common HIPAA violations and offers practical tips to make sure you stay in compliance.June 8, 2015Dental PracticeA closer look at HIPAA: Part 1 -- The rules and mythsHow has the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, better known as HIPAA, influenced your practice? Do you know the difference between a negligent and an intentional violation? Do you think that because you have a small practice you won't be audited? In the first of a two-part series, Lindy Benton of healthcare information exchange company MEA/NEA explains the rules and dispels some common myths.June 1, 2015Page 1 of 1Top StoriesDental HygieneOral health tied to HNC survivalBetter oral health is tied to increased survival from head and neck cancer (HNC).HomeGa. dentist has the world’s largest trove of toothpaste tubesDental HygieneStudents turn to lotus plant to design fog-free face masksDental AssistantDANB to offer RHS exam in Spanish in 2024Sponsor ContentWe care about what you think.