Medical Providers Working with Oral Physicians

Follow

Medical providers need to know how to work with oral physicians (dentists). Technological advances in dentistry have provided more ways than ever to screen, diagnose and treat health conditions that affect the entire body. Have you ever thought about how an active infection, periodontal disease or even occlusion could affect health? What about how health conditions like diabetes, acid reflux and sleep apnea affect the mouth?

Medical providers need to know how diagnostics in dentistry apply to the medical practice. This webinar will review how this collaboration works and what dental procedures are actually required to be billed first to medical. 

Join Laurie Owens, medical billing expert and Director of Medical Billing Education for Devdent, for a free one-hour webinar to learn how medical providers work with oral physicians.

  • During this free webinar, you will learn:
  • Which procedures in dentistry affect medical treatments
  • How to collaborate with oral physicians
  • The importance of working together
  • Why dentistry needs your help
  • Where to start
  • Don't miss this opportunity to learn which dentistry procedures are medically billed.

Laurie Owens, CPC, CPB is the Director of Medical Billing Education for Devdent. She brings over a decade 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 courses, Seattle Study Club lectures, and follow-up consulting, Laurie has assisted dental practices in successfully billing medical insurance to collect benefits that would have otherwise been unclaimed. Her training on medical billing has increased practice revenue and patient satisfaction.

The opinions expressed in this presentation are solely those of the presenter. They do not necessarily reflect the opinions or views of UHIN, its employees or its members.

0 out of 0 found this helpful

Comments

0 comments

Article is closed for comments.