Benevis’ CIO Will Alexander recently joined the new podcast, The Dental Economist Show, presented by Planet DDS. While speaking with host Mike Huffaker, they discussed aligning technology to fit dental business needs, the right tools to manage a disrupted call center and/or workforce, and how to implement technology correctly to create a frictionless process for patients.
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Consequences include increased healthcare costs, impacts on education, workforce productivity, and economic disparities.
For Dental Economics January 2024 issue, Benevis CEO Bryan Carey brings to light the evolving Medicaid redetermination process that is leaving millions at risk of losing Medicaid and Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) dental coverage.
Becker’s Dental + DSO Review highlights Benevis’ milestone year and seven notable moves.
Becker’s Dental + DSO Review’s Ariana Portalatin spoke exclusively with Benevis’ CEO Bryan Carey to learn more about the dental healthcare and orthodontics delivery organization’s plans to continue its mission of increasing dental care accessibility in 2024.
From Staffing, Scheduling and Technology, Benevis Meets Underserved Patients with Convenient, High-Quality Oral Healthcare
Benevis’ CEO Bryan Carey and Will Alexander, SVP, Enterprise Operations and Chief Information Officer, share what dental trends they’re keeping their eyes on as we move into 2024 for Becker’s Healthcare.
From a young age, Abigail May knew she wanted to grow up and become a dentist, inspired by the experience of her grandfather. “My family is from Eastern Kentucky, where there’s a lot of underserved population, especially in terms of dentistry. My grandpa told me when he was younger that he didn’t see a dentist until he was 18 years old when a mobile unit came to his school. That was surprising,” May said.
In the U.S. dental insurance is scarce. About 49% of American adults ages 18-64 with private health insurance do not have dental care coverage, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. That makes proper dental hygiene, and an understanding of related oral health risks, more important than ever.
Part of the U.S. Army’s Soldier Creed states, “I will put the mission first.” While Christopher Fisher is no longer serving on active duty, it is clear that the creed still resonates in his career with Benevis, where he has served in a variety of roles for the last 12 years.