[HIDDEN] Dentist & Hygienist Production Dashboard

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Description

Production totals for a period of time are broken down by dentists and hygienists in this dashboard.

How can I apply this information to my practice?

This dashboard shows gross production totals for a period of time which is broken down into both Dentist and Hygienist buckets, to help give you a better idea of which type of providers are relating to the overall production of the office. Many practices actively monitor dentist to hygienist production ratios, and set specific goals for these metrics. Use the Dentist & Hygienist Production dashboard to track these numbers.


Note

The data displayed in this dashboard can be filtered by clinic. This filter provides the option to display the production for dentists and hygienists at the selected clinic(s). For more information about how to use filters in dashboards, refer to the quick guide, Using the Filter, Expand, and Zoom Features in Dashboards.

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What are the different views and how are they calculated?


Dentist vs. hygienist production (monthly) w/ hygienist % of production

This view shows the production by dentists and hygienists for last six months by default. The view also features a line graph tracking the hygiene production percentage which is shown on the right Y axis. The ‘Dentist vs. hygienist production (monthly) w/ hygienist % of production’ allows your practice to capture these trends easily. A consistent portion of your production coming from hygiene procedures is an indication of great patient recare management.


How is the dashboard data calculated?

Want to examine procedure data further? Learn how to use Reports to calculate this data and explore more here.



Dentist production (monthly)

This view shows the scheduled production by providers for next 6 months by default (a filter is available for the time period, provider type and provider).

How is the dashboard data calculated?

Want to examine procedure data further? Learn how to use Reports to calculate this data and explore more here.



Dentist Vs. Hygienist Production

This view shows the scheduled production for the top 20 procedures for next six months by default (a filter is available for selecting the time period, provider type and provider). It allows a practice to plan ahead for the type of work they will be doing and ensure they have appropriate staff coverage for that work. Moreover, a practice is able to determine what their primary sources of revenue are expected to be.


How is the dashboard data calculated?

Want to examine procedure data further? Learn how to use Reports to calculate this data and explore more here.



Hygienist production (monthly)

This view shows the scheduled production for the top 20 procedures for next six months by default (a filter is available for selecting the time period, provider type and provider). It allows a practice to plan ahead for the type of work they will be doing and ensure they have appropriate staff coverage for that work. Moreover, a practice is able to determine what their primary sources of revenue are expected to be.


How is the dashboard data calculated?

Want to examine procedure data further? Learn how to use Reports to calculate this data and explore more here.



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