We accept only the best dental billers in the country

At eAssist, we test and verify the capabilities of every dental biller — Success Consultant — who wants to provide services for our dental office clients. We are truly looking for the best of the best! We accept only about 20% of those who express interest to work for us. So if you're confident you're a dental billing rockstar, please scroll down to learn more!


Are you looking to be part of an achievement-driven and drama-free team working through the nation's leading company for outsourced dental billing services?

Here’s the kind of person who will be amazing at eAssist:

You have a minimum of 2 years accumulative dental insurance billing experience (you’re proficient in dental claim submission, insurance payment posting, contractual adjustment posting and appealing claims), preferably within the last 12 months.
You’re proficient in at least one dental practice management software and you have a dedicated PC or Mac with high-speed internet.
We test for grammar and strong communication skills, so you can demonstrate your ability to communicate in both written and verbal form (and not just list “proven communication skills” on your resume).
You constantly look for new and different ways to do things and you push yourself to learn something new every day. You don't shy away from change and growth, rather welcome them as opportunities.
Doing great work brings you satisfaction, even if it’s not publicly recognized, and you truly want to work hard.
If easy goals appeal to you, you probably won’t be happy working with eAssist.
You’re self-motivated and excellent at managing your time, while being a team members and leaders.
You can pass a background check, health screening and provide I9 documentation.





Application & vetting

At eAssist, we test and verify capabilities through application, testing, and vetting to confirm each person invited meets our requirements to be a dental billing expert.

Seeking your dental practice perfect fit

We have 2,000+ active dental practices that we service, and 100 more joining each month. These dental practices are looking for their “perfect fit” Success Consultants to help them collect 100% of what they are rightfully owed.

Match made in digital heaven

Our matching algorithm and team of specialists will review your application, skills and expertise and connect you with a dental practice that is seeking a dental billing expert like you. It’s like a match-making service without any awkward blind dates!

Stellar customer service

To ensure all offices are pleased with their results and relationship, eAssist will conduct regular reviews for service satisfaction and provide feedback and coaching and resources as needed.


We are always looking for qualified, talented and driven employees. The tools and support we provide help create opportunities for dental office team members from across the country to enjoy flexible, work-from-home opportunities providing dental billing, patient billing, insurance verification, and other services. Click the button below to see a full list of current position openings.


What is the compensation?

Pay is commission based and you will receive a compensation
model during the onboarding process. You are paid an hourly
advance of each office’s monthly commission based on your
state’s minimum wage. The office commission is based on the
size of insurance collections and varies from office to office.

How long does it take to get hired?

If you are invited as an applicant, it can take 2-4 business weeks
to be onboarded and hired, once you have successfully made it
through all 10 Steps of the Applicant Experience.

What are the steps to be hired by eAssist?

Our 10-Step Applicant Experience

1. Assessment & Sign NDA
2. Recorded Interview Questions
3. Vetting & Culture Course Interview
4. Sign your Offer Letter
5. Background & Health Screen
6. IT Classroom & IT Orientation
7. Invited to Virtual Roadmap
8. Connect with Talent Placement
9. Register with People Services
10. Hired! Start Your First Office

Can I start eAssist a few hours a week, or do I need to quit my full-time job? What are the required work hours?

One of the perks of being an as needed employee is the freedom & flexibility to set your own schedule, with most new employees starting part time. eAssist has some Brand Promises that we strive to achieve for the offices we serve, and some of these involve specific timelines. You may be able to meet those Brand Promises for an office working eight hours a week, or eight hours a day (depending on a number of factors), but there are usually some daily responsibilities. You may prefer working early in the morning, or later in the evening, but all services require working during some regular business hours. Otherwise, as long as you’re meeting the Brand Promises, communicating regularly with your team, and keeping your offices happy, you decide when you work!

What if I want to take time off or a vacation?

You’ll want to make sure that you communicate your plans with your teammate and Team Leader in advance. One option is to take work with you if you’d like! Many eAssisters love to travel and as long as you have access to secure and reliable internet, load up that laptop and hit the road. You can also “take turns” with your teammate; you cover them for a few days for their vacation, and they’ll cover you for a few days. You may also find another trusted eAssister (with the help of your Team Leader) that you can have added to your office for a specified time to complete your responsibilities.

What is the timeframe to be offered your first office opportunity after completing the onboarding process?

We have offices onboarding into our company every day. However, there are many variables to consider. Software knowledge, for example. If your only experience is with a practice management software that isn’t being used by many offices currently onboarding, you may experience a longer wait. In addition to software experience — your own preference can dictate how soon you accept an assignment. That’s right, you don’t have to accept the first opportunity that is offered to you! At eAssist, we truly want you to be successful, so we ask a lot of questions like: do you prefer posting or aging? A small, medium office, or a large office? Are you comfortable working with HMOs or Medicaid? Our Talent Placement Specialists and Team Leaders are always here to help.

What are the hardware and software requirements?

We are happy to consider any applicant even if you do not currently meet these standards, but please note if offered an employee position our IT department will determine if your hardware and internet meet eAssist requirements.

Minimum PC Hardware/Software Requirements
Windows 10 Home or Pro; version 22H2 or higher OS
I5 Processor with 2.3 GHz max boost speed or higher (AMD equivalent Ryzen 5 or higher) (Snapdragon Processors, Chrome books, iPads, or Tablets are NOT compatible with our software)
256 GB Hard Drive (External Hard Drives are NOT acceptable as your Hard Drive) Ethernet Port or Adapter
At no time can your usage of RAM reach over 75%. You must maintain at least 25% of RAM for processing at all times.

Minimum Mac Hardware/Software Requirements
MacOS 11.7.x Big Sur or higher OS (Sonoma can be installed at SCs own risk)
Macs with M1, M2, M3 Chip processors will work on the Splashtop platform ONLY.
I5 Processor with 2.3 GHz max boost speed or higher (AMD equivalent Ryzen 5 or higher) 8GB RAM
256 GB Hard Drive (External Hard Drives are NOT acceptable as your Hard Drive) Ethernet Port or Adapter

Internet Requirements
Min Download Speed: 10 Mbps Min Upload Speed: 2.0 Mbps Max Ping Test: Less than 50 MS
(For test results, plug your computer into the modem with the Ethernet cord and go to speedtest.net)

Cable, DSL, and Fiber-Optic can be used for internet providers. We do require a minimum of a 2.0 upload speed, so if your current provider cannot provide this, you will need to research a new internet provider. You are not required to work off an Ethernet Connection, but this is recommended for best practice and will often resolve speed issues.

Currently, Satellite and Hot Spot (cell tower) providers are not sufficient for your permanent internet connection. If you are traveling you are required to be on a private (not public) network or use your own VPN or hotspot.

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