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Do Any of These Scenarios Hit Home?


In Our Practice…
  • We take way too many plans.
  • We take no plans.
  • Patients don’t stay with us if their plan changes.
  • We have available chair time.

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Our Existing Patients…
  • Accept only the treatment that is covered by their plan.
  • Expect us to know exactly what their plan is going to pay.
  • Hold us accountable when something goes not as planned.
  • Come in only once or maybe twice then disappear.

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Our New Patients…
  • Want to know if we are part of their insurance.
  • Expect to have their teeth cleaned on the first visit.
  • Only want x-rays if the insurance pays for them.
  • Are emotionally driven by their insurance benefits.

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Our Administrative Support Team…
  • Spends hours on the phone chasing down benefit information.
  • Feels the need to tell patients everything about their plan.
  • Wants stock narratives to satisfy requests for additional information.
  • Keeps the doctor owners away from the daily EOBs.
  • Has and wants nothing to do with the clinical team.

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Our Clinical Support Team…
  • Thinks auto-notes are the solution to everything.
  • Wants the doctor to stop talking and simply run on time.
  • Tells the patient that insurance is not part of what they do.
  • Has and wants nothing to do with the administrative team.

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Our Doctors…
  • Want to do more dentistry.
  • Want to get paid for what they do.
  • Want to get paid now.
  • Want the insurance to not be such a big deal.

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And As The Owners…
  • Have to keep everybody happy.
  • Hear that the administrative team wants another employee.
  • Knows that the clinical team wants another employee.
  • Fears that the hygienists want more time with new patients.
  • Realizes the actual cost of doing business.
  • Frustrated that dentistry is not the team’s top priority.

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Limoli’s Original Dental Insurance Today – Blog

What Puts the Patient in the Chair — Delta’s “Premier” is not “PPO”

The reality of today’s uncertain healthcare marketplace is fueling consumers to rethink the significance of the once sovereign doctor / patient relationship. Let’s break down the transaction into its various evolutionary phases so as to better grasp the root of this growing issue.

Let’s begin to solve the ethical issue of medical/dental cross coding by simply introducing the challenge as it most often presents itself to the administrative team.

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Submitting to the Medical Plan: It’s Not About Hiding the Truth!

The lies and fallacies being taught by so-called “experts out standing in the field” continue to confuse and mislead those who unknowingly accept them as truth but are nothing more than smoke and mirrors.

Let’s begin to solve the ethical issue of medical/dental cross coding by simply introducing the challenge as it most often presents itself to the administrative team.

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Basics of Myth-Busting Practice Management – November 2016

My father jokingly commented that if you wanted loyal patrons at the door each morning as well as disappointed customers when you were closed in the evening – that business was not a dental office but rather a liquor store. You see, in any type or retail establishment where widgets are marketed and sold, we face two separate and very distinct realities…

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When Coding Has Nothing to Do with Code Numbers – Sept 2016

Here we go again. The American Dental Association has yet another revision to Code on Dental Procedures and Nomenclature. Is it going to make your life any better? Will it bring you any additional revenues? Was the word “surgical” really that offensive thus requiring the redefinition of over three dozen procedure codes? Let’s move beyond the scope of NDR and address the real heart of the reimbursement challenge…

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When Coding Has Nothing to Do with Code Numbers, Part 2 – Sept 2016

So WHEN does the actual coding of a clinical procedure take place in your office? Pretreatment is an issue unto itself for a later discussion. However, at this time, I want to address the actual delivery of dental services. That’s right, I’m talking about the patient in the chair. This is not an orthodontic case, as that too is another discussion. Let’s address at what point in the treatment you encounter the use of a procedure code…

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When Coding Has Nothing to Do with Code Numbers, Part 3 – Sept 2016

So exactly WHAT procedure code number do we use? One would think this would be the easiest part of the equation. However, this is not always the case if the first two parts of the previously discussed equation are not followed. The application of Rule #5 is always to be paramount. You have to act accordingly, and code for exactly the specific procedure that is completed. Completed when? Completed today. In other words, the patient walked out the door with (having received) WHAT procedural treatment?

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