Pediatric and Orthodontic practices have a huge burden to carry: looking after our children for proper formation of the oral cavity. This webinar will guide you to learn the following for medical necessity: Baby Bottle Rot Palatal Expansion Trauma Infant Frenectomy Imperfecta & Diseases Arch Repair Following Cleft Palate/Lip Procedures Ortho for Maxillary and Mandible Defects Don’t miss the opportunity to take your practice to the next level!
Finding ways to increase revenue is a key factor in dentistry. New patients bring new revenue streams, however, offering additional services to your existing patients can also be a lucrative investment of your time. Join Laurie Owens as she discusses how and why existing patients can be “on the move” because their dental provider may not be offering medical billing for dentistry. She will explain how thinking outside the box and offering new services such as medical billing for dentistry will help retain existing patients as well as attract new patients to your practice and increase revenue.
Learn about the basics of medical insurance in this one-hour webinar. All insurance policies are different – however, you can learn a lot about an insurance plan, just by reading the card! Join Kim Pajak as she discusses how to read your patients’ insurance cards to have a better understanding of the plan before you take the next step. Learn about the differences between HMO, PPO, EPO, Medicare, supplements, and true secondary policies and what it all means to both you and your patients. Kim will also discuss the difference between a plan exclusion and medical necessity denials – all the medical insurance basics!
Join Laurie Owens and our special guest speaker Katherine Eitel Belt for this practice-changing webinar. Katherine is renowned as Dentistry’s Communication Coach. She will share tips on how honing your skills in dentistry can result in top-notch phone skills, equip you with tools to turn some of the difficult conversations you have into much easier ones, and discuss how to make your patients feel that they are the #1 patient in your the practice. Communication is key and Katherine has some pearls you don’t want to miss.
Learn how medical billing could be an invaluable option for ancillary treatments such as Botox, TMD and Migraine treatment, and Myofunctional therapy. Join Laurie Owens as she breaks down documentation requirements, medical history must-haves, and the basics of billing and coding for these services. She will also review the SOAP note clinical documentation requirements to help ensure your claims are paid.
Many medical payers allow dentists to participate as an in-network provider, but how do you know if you should contract with them? Join Laurie Owens and Kim Pajak as they break down the differences between being in and out of network and how a GAP exception can play a huge part in this decision. They will also share insurance analysis examples and how this can help make the right decision for your practice.
Join Careington and Launch Loyalty leaders, as they highlight the advantages of in-house membership plans, how they can help improve your practice and better serve your patients’ dental needs. They cover the ways to effectively build a robust membership plan, while also enhancing your existing plan to progress patient acquisition, improve patient loyalty and boost your overall revenue retention.
Guest Speaker Linda Miles Speaker, Consultant Linda Miles loves to find a needed niche in business and life then fill it. At age 35, in 1978, she founded a successful INC 500 dental consulting business: Linda Miles and Associates (Now Miles Global). After 29 years she sold it to a dentist client. Simultaneously in 1997, Linda founded the Speaking Consulting Network to advise others how to build their own successful dental speaking, consulting, and writing businesses. Never wanting to be idle, in 2012 Linda wanted to create something that left a legacy far beyond her lifespan or working years. She teamed up with a dental colleague and friend, Robin Morrison, a healthcare marketing company guru. In memory of Robin’s brother
Following dental insurance regulations can feel like walking a tightrope. On the one hand, you want to get paid for the services you provide, and on the other, you must follow what seems like countless regulations. Join Laurie Owens, and Roy Shelburne on-demand as they show you how to stay up to date on the laws, rules, and regulations while maximizing dental insurance in your practice. As a bonus, you will learn what industry experts to go to if you do not have the time to play the dental insurance game.
Are your full mouth reconstruction cases going unscheduled? Is cost prohibiting patients from getting the care that they need? Join Laurie Owens as she walks you through the steps to determine if medical benefits are a potential for these patients. Patients don’t lose all of their teeth for no reason. By asking the right questions, documenting the required medical necessity, properly completing a pre-authorization, and coding and submitting the claim correctly, medical insurance may be the solution you need for your patients to say GO!