Dayna Johnson

Dayna Johnson

Dayna Johnson

Chartless Transition Training That Takes The Intimidation Out of Going Chartless

Contact: djohnson@dentalconsultantconnection.com

Dayna Johnson has helped dental offices from around the country easily transition down the path to paperless using her years of experience as a dental office manager and Certified Dentrix Trainer.  As one of the Pacific Northwest’s most trusted consultants, she gives a straightforward and complete assessment for each of her clients. No two dental offices are alike, and Dayna channels her passion for going chartless to help each of her clients fulfill their goals and increase their profitability.

Dayna’s expertise has helped her earn prestigious honors such as . . .

  • Spirit Award for Independent Certified Dentrix Trainers for her loyalty and dedication to the Henry Schein brand
  • Teaching Dentrix seminars for Henry Schein throughout the United States
  • Authors the national blog for dental office managers for Dentrix users
  • Featured speaker at the Business of Dentistry conference in Las Vegas.

“Going chartless” is an often-used and often-misunderstood term in the dental world. Dayna’s expertise will allow practices to see benefits such as automated systems that give team members more time to spend on patient care, integrated electronic services to ensure your patients know your practice is keeping up with the latest technology, making the patient chart more accessible and allowing the clinical team to treatment plan while the front office can be working ahead on payment plans and insurance issues, raising the level of office security to comply with new HIPAA requirements, and much more.

With 18 years of experience in the business and technical sides of dental offices, Dayna’s passion for efficient systems is grounded in personal understanding and professional expertise.  Dayna knows firsthand the problems that occur when collections are down and a schedule is full of holes. She has also lived the frustration of too many hours spent hunting for misplaced patient information and mishandled recordkeeping.