Dental Intel measures Diagnostic Percentage, Patient Acceptance and Treatment Acceptance. 

How we measure:

Diagnostic Percentage - When a patient comes into the office they are "diagnosed" when procedures are added to their treatment planner. 

What is Acceptance? A procedure is considered accepted when a patient schedules procedure on an appointment or when is it completed that same day. 

Patient Acceptance - When a patient accepts anything that was added to their treatment planner that day (diagnosed), that is a patient acceptance. For example, if 5 procedures were added to their treatment planner and they scheduled 1 of those procedures that would be 100% patient acceptance.

Treatment Acceptance - When a patient accepts procedures that were added to their treatment planner that day (diagnosed), the dollars accepted versus what was presented make up the treatment acceptance. For example, if 5 procedures were added to their treatment planner totaling $1000 and they scheduled 1 of those procedures for $200 that would be 10% treatment acceptance.

How diagnostic percentage works in Open Dental

How patient/treatment acceptance percentage works in Open Dental 

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