Course - Online
Medical Billing In Dentistry – 101
November 20, 2019
Join Devdent’s Laurie Owens at this virtual workshop and learn the basics of medical billing from someone who has been in the industry for over 25 years.
CPC | CPB | COC | Director Of Medical Billing Education for Devdent
What Is covered In the Course?
- 13 CE Credits
- PDF Resources
- Certificate of Completion
- 6 Months Unlimited Access
- 13+ hours of Video Instruction
$ 699 00Enroll Now
There are many procedures in dentistry that are medically necessary but are not covered by dental insurance. This Basics Workshop will help you identify your “low hanging fruit” and show how you may be able to get medically necessary procedures paid for by medical insurance. You will learn the basics of medical billing in dentistry and leave excited and empowered to help your patients receive the care that they need.
What Is Covered In The Course?
- Learn why medical billing is vital for dentistry.
- Improve chart notes to reflect medical necessity.
- Tell your patient’s story using diagnosis codes.
- Find a new way to maximize insurance.
Checkout The Level 1 Course
Join Devdent’s Laurie Owens at this virtual workshop and learn the basics of medical billing from someone who has been in the industry for over 25 years. With four sessions and 1 hour of instruction, you will be able to focus on each session’s content.
Experienced, Knowledgeable, And Helpful
Laurie Owens, CPC, CPB, Director of Medical Billing Education for Devdent, brings over 20 years of experience educating dental practices on billing medical insurance and the techniques to get claims paid. Laurie believes that patients should be able to utilize their medical insurance for procedures due to oral systemic conditions. Through on-site training, medical billing for dentistry courses, follow-up consulting, along with Seattle Study club, ACT Dental, and AADOM lectures, Laurie has assisted dental practices in successfully billing insurance to collect benefits that would have otherwise been unclaimed. Her training on medical billing has increased practice revenue and patient satisfaction.