Oral cancer continues to take lives and it is not partial to economic status. Most recently, we saw this with the tragic death of Eddie Van Halen, who died as a result of his oral cancer. Oral cancer had been an ongoing battle for Eddie Van Halen for nearly 20 years and, unfortunately, it ended his life at the age of 65.
https://vimeo.com/489606586 CLIA Application – Section 1 Check Initial Application Leave CLIA ID blank for new applications DO NOT use DBA. Tax ID must match facility name. Name of Director is generally the provider. CLIA Application – Section 2 Check only the first box, Certificate of Waiver. CLIA Application – Section 3 CLIA Application – Section 4 CLIA Application – Section 5 Most offices will apply for a single site application. Read carefully. If No, skip to section VI. CLIA Application – Section 6 List specific test type which must be CLIA Waived. Estimate total annual volume. CLIA Application – Section 7 and 8 Skip for Waived Tests CLIA Application – Section 9 Check FOR PROFIT, 04 Proprietary CLIA Application
As more dentists begin to perform their role in dental sleep medicine it raises a lot of questions on how to bill oral appliances to medical insurance. The process of billing oral appliances to medical insurance is all about having the proper documentation and tools.
By starting with a digital screening tool like DROWZLE you drastically reduce the burden of screening on your workflow. Because the digital screening process doesn’t depend upon your personal mastery. Patients can be routinely assed without significantly impacting your clinical workflow. Saving you critical time and resources.
There is an ever-growing offering of over-the-counter or online night guards and snore appliances. While online healthcare certainly has a place, dentistry is not one of them. Patients need to know the risks and side effects that can occur when they take treatment into their own hands. When it comes to boil and bite vs. custom oral appliances, there are several reasons why custom is the better option.
Presenting sleep treatment is no different than presenting any other type of dental treatment. Whether it’s a sleep appliance that costs $2,500, an implant case that costs $3,000, an ortho case at $5,000, or a quadrant of restorative dentistry for $1,800, case presentation is the same. To help practices overcome this obstacle, we teach the following six tips to increase case acceptance for oral appliance therapy.