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Morning Huddle: Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow
Morning Huddle: Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow
This article will discuss the Morning Huddle tabs and the important metrics to track daily!
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Written by Grace Richards
Updated over a week ago

The Morning Huddle is intended to be used every day with your whole team. This helps to improve communication & organization. The Morning Huddle will provide you with tons of valuable data AND the reports you would have to run manually in your typical team meeting. All you have to do is point & click!

Access your Morning Huddle by clicking the Coffee Cup icon found on the left hand menu of your Dental Intelligence dashboard & get ready to be blown away! πŸ‘

Note: It is very important that you attach ADA production codes to the scheduled appointments in your Practice Management Software. If the scheduled appointments are not associated with a production code, Dental Intelligence will not be able to recognize the appointment. This might result in the Dental Intelligence Tomorrow tab showing a date that differs from the next scheduled day in your Practice Management Software.

*This is part of the Analytics Module. If you are interested in learning more, CLICK HERE to request a demo!


Looking at what happened yesterday on a daily basis allows you to keep a pulse on what's happening in your practice! If you've set goals, this is where you are able to keep track of your progress. Celebrate WINS and talk about how to improve other areas!

πŸ’₯Important NoteπŸ’₯: The yesterday view shows the last day your office had production. This means on Monday you will see Friday as yesterday. If your office is closed for a week, you will see yesterday as the last day with production before you closed.

The video below will go in more detail on how to use the Yesterday tab in the Morning Huddle:

Tips & Tricks for the Yesterday tab

You are also able to customize the Metrics that appear in the Yesterday tab to identify the most important statistics for you and your team to discuss each day. Simply click the Edit Metrics button to start:


When looking at today in your Morning Huddle, you want to make it all about the opportunities to provide better care for each one of you patients!

Note: Today and Tomorrow will have the same format and metrics available, however these tabs will be looking at different dates & different schedules.

In the video below, you will see how to use the Today tab to find those opportunities:


Being prepared for tomorrow allows you to be proactive and stay ahead of any issues that may arise like unfilled spots in the schedule or a lack of scheduled production!

The video below will explain further how to use the Tomorrow tab to be prepared for your patients:

Tips & Tricks for Today and Tomorrow

To learn more about the Schedule format and opportunities, click here!

In the Today & Tomorrow sections, you will also have access to a cultivated list of suggested patients to fill open time in your schedule!

How to Access the Suggested Patients List

  1. Open the Provider's schedule

  2. Click into the Green Open Time Slot

  3. View the list of patients we found that would be most valuable

  4. See the criteria for this list by selecting the "Why these patients?" button

πŸ’₯Important NoteπŸ’₯: When you select an open time to see a suggested list of patients, if the provider is not added as the preferred/default provider for their patients in your practice management software, patients will not populate in the individual providers view as shown in the gif above.

To navigate around this, you can access the 'All Dentists' view in the Schedule by Operatory openings. Refer to the steps below for more information:

  1. Click the Schedule by Operatory view

  2. Select the open time you would like to fill

  3. Click 'All Dentists'

  4. View the list of suggested patients

Related Resources

The following resources will give you a more in-depth explanation on how to use Morning Huddle:

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