Tip Tuesday: Tracking Progress for Your Practice

Tracking Progress for Your Practice

“The efforts of tracking small achievements every day creates a record of your progress. Do this consistently and it will serve you well.”

– Mensah Oteh

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When you track your progress, you naturally become more purposeful about the work you do, which can create the kind of meaning that so many of us search for in our daily work. You also have more insight into the value you’re creating and can show your boss or team leader the results of your daily tasks.

Implementing new processes and protocols in your practice is not an easy task, so we’ve created this tracking sheet for you! 

We hope you can use this as a valuable tool in your office to help you get started with the 3-Step Flow!

Have Questions About the mmRNA Device?

Vivos Clinical Advisor Mark Musso has been utilizing the mmRNA for his own Vivos treatment. In this video, he provides personal insight and addresses commonly asked questions regarding the Vivos mmRNA. Check it out!

Live Training in Denver!


Looking to connect the dots for training in your practice? We recommend attending our LIVE Practical Training at the Vivos Institute in Denver! 

This will be a hands-on course where you will review everything learned from Sessions 1–3.  You will get the chance to go through the record process as a patient, then take the records as the doctor.  You will also get hands-on training with the Vivos Guides and the DNA/mRNA appliances.

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Exciting Webinars this Week!

Join us for these educational and interactive webinars hosted by the Practice Advisory team!

Patient Education Meeting
Wednesday, November 10
11 a.m. MDT

Construction Bite
Friday, November 12
1 p.m. MDT

Patient Education Meeting
Friday, November 12
9 a.m. MDT

Vivos Institute Calendar
Check upcoming events and webinars.

Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook!

Did you know?

Tools, assets, and marketing materials are available to you!


Simply click on the Marketing Materials portal in your Aire account to order materials for your practice! You can access brochures, folders, banners, articles, and more.

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What’s New with BIS

Why become a non-par DME provider through Medicare? BALANCE BILLING!

Many providers think that becoming a Medicare provider means that they must accept low rates. While Medicare only allows a certain amount for oral appliances in OSA treatment, being a non-par (or non-participating) provider with Medicare DME means you can balance bill your patients the remaining balance over what Medicare will allow. Getting clients in the door can be a battle, and what a great way to increase foot traffic in your office!

Becoming a non-par DME provider does not mean you have to accept Medical dental policies either! Reach out to [email protected] today to find out how we can help you get registered with Medicare today! 

Suppose you are a participating provider with Medicare and would like to opt out and become a non-par instead. In that case, you need to complete before the end of the year, or you will be locked into being a participating provider for another whole year! We can help with this as well.


BIS is excited to announce a new CE course! Check out “Beyond MAD with Dr. Chris Farrugia”! 

Curious about medical billing for oral surgery? Then join us November 19–20 in Denver!

In-person VIP doctors will receive $500 off by using the coupon code CE4VIP. This is not applicable for staff, associate doctors, or virtual attendees. If you would like more information, please follow the QR code, go to vivosbis.com, or email Jodi Pollock at [email protected]