• Dr. James Anderson
    Dr. James Anderson
    CEO, eAssist Dental Solutions

    James Anderson, DMD was an entrepreneur before becoming a dentist. His leadership and business presentations offer dentists the essentials needed to achieve the practice and life of their dreams. His speaking programs help dentists realize their full practice potential by combining dental clinical skills with excellent business skills to create a profitable and enjoyable dental practice career.

    James V. Anderson, DMD, a practicing dentist in Syracuse, Utah, has built 9 dental practices in the last decade. He is Chief Executive Officer and Founder of eAssist Dental Solutions, the nation’s largest dental billing provider for independent dentists and group practices. eAssist was recognized by Inc 500 (2016-2017) as one of American’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies and was recognized on the Utah 100 list (2017).

    Dr. Anderson is a Harvard Business School alumnus (Owner/President Management – 2017). Dr. Anderson is honored to serve as Chairman of the Dental MBA Advisory Board at Roseman Dental School.

    Co-author of the book set, 8 Great Must Reads to Create the Profitable Dental Practice, Dr. Anderson’s speaking presentations are designed for dentists at any experience level. He imparts sage advice and protocols for implementing and improving practice business systems, building a strong team, purchase/lease options, and tracking key performance indicators (KPIs) to improve overall practice performance.

    Dr. James Anderson is a Board Member at eAssist Dental Solutions



Feb 03 2022


Pacific Standard Time
2:30 pm - 3:30 pm

Revenue Cycle Management for the Group Practice

Session Description: This presentation will cover the importance of managing revenue cycle management and best in class strategies for improving RCM including capturing all available dollars, lowering the cost of management and reducing the time for collections.

Learner Objectives: Attendees will learn the importance of RCM and the material improvement to a group practice by properly managing RCM.

Continuing Education Credits: 1.0

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