Ask yourself this question.If the court comes knocking at your door, are you set to protect and defend yourself and your practice?
Clinical Records Prevent Criminal Records
“Do Dentistry, Not Time”
1. To understand that what you don’t know can hurt you and that ignorance is noexcuse
2. To learn to assimilate and maintain records that can both protect and defend.
3. Understand the necessity of due diligence and how to conduct records review and internal audits to insure accuracy and excellence
Cracking the Code: Coding Essentials, CDT and ICD
1. To assess if you losing money because you are using old codes to file insurance
claims and/or not utilizing optimized Medical coding for medical reimbursement
2. To provide the latest dental coding information on CDT and ICD
3. To equip the practice to obtain maximum legitimate reimbursement
“I cried, I laughed, and shook in my boots, but I came away with a newfound appreciation for what we
do in dentistry and real world tools to help the practice. I’m SO glad I attended this class.”Mary G.
Maneuvering the Dental Minefield
1. To recognize the dangers in coding improperly and benefits of coding properly
2. To know the most commonly misused codes and how to avoid the “usual” errors
3. To be able to develop systems that result in timely payment
Risky business, Where’s the Danger and How to Prepare
1. To know the 5 of the biggest threats to the success of your practice
2. To implement systems that address and protect against the treats that exist
3. To be prepared for the challenges to your practice and to thrive
Raising the Reimbursement Roof while Reducing Regulatory Risk
1. To know the most commonly misused codes
2. To be able to correct common coding mistakes and eliminate reimbursement delays
3. To be equipped to provide the necessary supportive information to be paid quickly and consistently
Stop the Insanity, By Doing Things Differently
1. To understand the principals of quality improvement
2. To appreciate that the implementation of quality improvement systems will improve patient outcomes, increase revenue, and reduce stress in the dental environment.
3. To be able to implement the principals of quality improvement into the everyday practice of dentistry
Be Free at Last
1. Realize that we are all in bondage of one kind or another
2. Understand that before we can be free, me must recognize what’s binding us
3. Embrace the fact that freedom can only be achieved when we refocus our lives by using our time, talents, and treasure on what is important