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Dental Insurance Advocacy: Your ADA at Work for You
August 25th @12:00pm CST 

In this webinar, dentists will learn what the ADA is doing at both the Federal and State levels regarding proposed legislation and how this can affect dentists and patients. It is incumbent for dentists to know whether a patient's plan is regulated at the State or Federal level and how this may affect plan reimbursement. Dentists will learn how to receive individual assistance and receive information on the many valuable resources the ADA has to help educate dental offices on dental insurance issues.

Dentists will also learn about the differences between paid premium or fully-insured (state regulated) and self-funded dental benefit programs and how these plans can affect a dentist's revenue stream. In addition, a question and answer session will follow.

Speakers: Chad Olson, ADA Director of State Government Affairs
Paul O'Connor, ADA Senior Legislative Liaison
Dennis McHugh, ADA Third Party Payer Advocacy Manager

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ADA Claims Accuracy Guide

ADA Council Releases Claims Accuracy Guide

The ADA Council on Dental Benefit Programs recently released a guide outlining best practices to ensure the accuracy of claims submitted on behalf of dentists, according to ADA News. The resource was developed after the ADA House of Delegates passed Resolution 93H amid a growing trend of claims being submitted on behalf of employee dentists without their consent, according to Mark M. Johnston, DDS, chair of the council's Dental Benefit Information Subcommittee. Dr. Johnston said office staff or the billing partner must be sure to allow the treating dentist to review all claims before submission.

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