The 5 Pillars of Medical Billing
Collect Medical Information
We’re teaching dentists how to speak the language of medical insurance, so they can file for the procedures they’re already doing.
Capture Detailed Health History
A detailed health history is an essential step, in the five pillars.
Being a Medical Billing Dentist is getting reimbursed from medical insurance for procedures you routinely perform that traditionally were paid for by the patients.
Complete Head & Neck Exam
Exams, emergency exams, oral cancer screening, bone graft, bone stabilizer, dentures. They’re all covered through a medical policy…
Create Medical Treatment Plan
Creating a medical treatment plan is kind of the thought process of thinking differently as a dentist.
Before a patient could not afford an implant or a bone graft, you now have the ability, you can offer that option confidently.
You can bring the patient in and state, “Hey your medical insurance may help cover a brand new option that before was not affordable to you.”
Correctly Bill Insurance
No longer do you have to guess or submit a claim for insurance to reject.
Insurance literally can’t find a reason not to pay.
Diagnosis codes change every year, and with a medical billing dentist, we’ve invested in the technology to stay up to date.
You can rely on the claim is clean, it has all the information it needs on it, it has the correct diagnosis codes where insurance can’t kick that claim out.
BECOMING A MEDICAL BILLING DENTIST
Friday, April 10, 7:30am – 5:00pm
15 N Robinson
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73102