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Sep302013

« BANTA TO SPEAK AT 2014 PNDC »

We are pleased to announce Ms. Lois Banta, Founder of Banta Consulting, Inc., will be speaking at the 2014 Pacific Northwest Dental Conference.  On Friday, June 13, she will present two lectures:  “Build Your Practice with Paid For Dentistry” and “Insurance Strategies That Work."

Discover how to design financial arrangement guidelines for third party financing, insurance reimbursement, and cash paying patients as well as learn the proven techniques for writing a detailed narrative, documenting information in the patient's chart, and using the dental coding systems to maximize reimbursements for your patients.

These two lectures promise to be exciting and informative, and are essential for your entire staff.

Complete discriptions:

Build Your Practice With Paid For Dentistry
If you've ever experienced myriad excuses when attempting financial arrangements for your patients, you know the frustration! For more than 50 years, dental offices have allowed patients to control the negotiations regarding patient funding.  In this lecture, Ms. Banta will help you design financial arrangement guidelines for third party financing, insurance reimbursement, and cash paying patients. You will also uncover the mysteries surrounding this complex issue as well as design fool proof financial policies.
 
Learning Objectives:
•Learn how to establish systems and protocols
•Discover what to do when patients don't pay
•Develop a system for creative financing
•Understand the importance of how to say what you say
 
Insurance Strategies that Work
Nothing is more confusing than trying to sort through the maze of proper billing, coding and reimbursement procedures.  In this lecture, you will learn the proven techniques for writing a detailed narrative, documenting information in the patient's chart, and using the dental coding systems to maximize reimbursements for your patients.  You will also learn how to develop key communication techniques when dealing with insurance companies.
 
Learning Objectives:
•Discover effective coding techniques
•Learn strategies insurance companies use
•Develop effective coding techniques

 

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