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Monday
Apr082013

Turn more profits with effective cross-coding! 

By attending Ms. Rose Nierman's lecture Cross-Coding in Dentistry, at this year's PNDC,  you will learn how to successfully bill medical insurance, resulting in higher earnings for your office.  Discover how to integrate medical billing, learn the CPT codes that can be billed to medical, and determine the necessary documentation and records needed.  Make your office more successful — plan to attend this can't miss opportunity. 

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To review the entire 2013 PNDC Schedule, click here

 

Friday
Apr052013

Gubernatorial and Senate Budgets Include Funding for Adult Dental Mediciad

This week marked the beginning of  negotiations on the state's 2013-15 biennium operating budget in Olympia. Late last week, Governor Inslee unveiled his budget priorities during a press conference. On Wednesday, the Senate Majority Coalition Caucus released their proposed budget. The House Democratic budget is expected to be released sometime next week.

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Wednesday
Apr032013

PNDC PREVIEW: DIANNE BAUM, MEDICAID BILLING

Medicaid Billing · Dianne Baum
Friday, June 14 from 9:30 am - 3:30 pm · Code 14

When ProviderOne was first chosen as the state’s Medicaid billing software, a cry arose from dentists around the state. Ponderous and confusing, the program was vilified, justly or not. Dianne Baum, the dental program administrator for the Health Care Authority, will be at the PNDC to convince you otherwise. “Many people were frustrated by the process, and they felt like they couldn’t get into ProviderOne in the beginning. That issue has been resolved, but I don’t think that anybody has shown them how to register and access the portal and submit a claim.”

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Wednesday
Apr032013

New Prescription Monitoring Video Tutorials Are Now Available

The Department of Health (DOH) recently posted several new video tutorials on how to use the state's new Prescription Monitoring Program (PMP). PMP electronically collects information on controlled substances prescribed and dispensed and gives prescribers a tool to make better-informed prescribing decisions by helping identify unsafe medication regimens, especially with patients who see multiple prescribers.

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