Dentrix Ideas

Max not being counted toward preventive services.

Some insurance plans don't apply the max towards preventive procedures. We need away to mark this, that way it won't say the patient is maxed when they really aren't.
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  • Jul 9 2019
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  • Tania Sari commented
    11 Jan 02:57am

    yes we need this, so annoying to be going back and forth editing the max. I don’t see why it will not be easy to come up with check box just like the deductible.

  • Priscilla Prosock commented
    25 Oct, 2023 08:20pm

    Yes, please! It would be extremely helpful when treatment planning, especially when someone has a low maximum.

  • Megan Xenos commented
    10 Aug, 2023 10:22pm

    This would be extremely helpful. When giving an estimate it calculates in pending claims even if they don't count towards the maximum. This makes the estimate very inaccurate and it's too much work to bypass this while the patient is standing in front of you.

  • Tania Sari commented
    22 Jun, 2023 01:55am

    This has been highly requested, it will be so helpful

  • Laurene Duke commented
    18 Feb, 2020 08:45pm

    I think even a box in the insurance payment window of how much int he insurance payment applies towards the annual max.  Maybe default it w/ the entire payment amount and then be able to change it if a procedure doesn't apply toward the max. 

  • Lisa commented
    9 Jul, 2019 04:17am
    This is becoming more common with the increase in variety of insurance benefits/plans being offered. It would also be handy to be able to track the separate maximums for orthodontic benefit or other lifetime type maximums.
  • Guest commented
    9 Jul, 2019 04:17am
    Might also need to take into account "Rollover" policies. I think you may actually need a computer to build the software we need in order to keep up with all the insurance policy shenanigans going on right now...or just stop taking THIRD-PARTY PAYMENTS (insurance companies are NOT part of the healthcare industry and never have been!). Patients pay the same in the end no matter what - they just don't realize it.
  • Guest commented
    9 Jul, 2019 04:17am
    I think this could be as simple as adding a click box to each category in the coverage table that if selected, the procedures under that category do not accumulate towards max.
  • Guest commented
    9 Jul, 2019 04:17am
    I have several plan this year that we found out have this and we have been informed of 3 more that will be adding this feature to their plans next year. This is going to be more common I believe and needs to have this! Also the rollover policies would be nice as well.
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