What is a treatment coordinator in dentistry?
A treatment coordinator is the face of the clinic. They are the person who helps patients understand their treatment plan and puts it into action. They are with patients from the time when the dentist is determining options to the time they are going over cost and insurance details.
How do I become a good orthodontic treatment coordinator?
What kind of skills do personal care coordinators need?
At least 3 years' experience in care coordination or clinical practices. Good verbal and written communication skills. Computer skills and proficiency in Microsoft Office. Strong analytical thinking and the ability to handle multiple tasks concurrently.