The SB Dental Solution Dental Billing Company ensures correct Dental electronic claims and attachment submission, accurate posting of all EOB credits and adjustments to patient ledgers, timely appeal for questionable claim denials, and proven appeal narratives that will work for even the most difficult circumstances.
Relax Say goodbye to stressful conversations with dental insurance companies, uncollectible patient balances, re-credentialing headaches, overdue claims, and overworked staff. We take care of all that and more so that dental practice owners and managers can breathe easy.
Save Time Is your staff spending hours on the phone with dental insurance companies? Are EOBs arriving faster than the team can post? Does monthly production keep falling further and further behind? In-house dental billing requires a major time investment without much payoff. By switching to SB Dental Billing Solutions, dental offices spend less time juggling the various aspects of dental billing and more time caring for the wellbeing of their patients.
Get Paid Dental healthcare professionals who work hard to treat patients and maintain a modern, clean, equitable practice deserve fair compensation. By appealing denied dental claims, negotiating insurance fees, sending proven appeal narratives, collecting unpaid balances, and confirming accurate patient information, we assist dental offices in collecting every penny that they are rightfully owed.
No-Stress Dental Billing that Pays for Itself
Specialized In Endo Offices Dental Billing
Dental Insurance Billing
Our primary goal is to assist Dental Offices in collecting all insurance money that is rightfully owed to you. This requires us to be involved in every aspect of your dental insurance claims processing. Our achievable goal is to ensure that your over ninety (90) days dental insurance account balances are minimal.
Patient Portion Account Receivable
Our primary goal is to help your staff collect at the time of service. We will actively verify all patient account receivable and contact the patient multiple times with requests for prompt payment.
Our primary goal is to help you manage you business . We will negotiate the fee with dental insurance company, update fee schedule, credentialing, training , consulting.
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End-of-the-Year Dental Billing Headaches and How to Avoid Them
The end of the year presents dentists and patients with many difficulties in navigating the confusing world of dental billing. From employers switching dental insurance companies to patients exhausting their dental benefits, the unique insurance hiccups that happen this time of year often result in unhappy patients, denied claims, and overextended staff. Thankfully, some of the most common year-end dental billing headaches can be mitigated by pay attention to a few specifics:
1. Open Enrollment and Updated Benefits
Many companies hold open enrollment in November and December, so this time of year often leads to surprise plan terminations and dental claim denials. Meanwhile, many existing plans modify the coming year’s benefits. Dentists can streamline the dental billing process by alerting their patients to open enrollment season and collecting next year’s dental insurance information ahead of time.
By maintaining updated information, we keep the billing process working smoothly through the open enrollment season and the New Year. Similarly, getting ahead of the game helps us accurately verify coverage, which further prevents denials and unpaid patient portions.
2. Tracking Insurance Maximums
Patients generally don’t know the annual max on their insurance plan, but dental insurance companies track this number like a bloodhound. Unfortunately, that often results in denied dental claims, especially on work completed toward the end of the year, when patients begin to reach their annual max.
However, our clients have an advantage because our dental billing service helps track insurance payouts. Once practices know that their patient has met their max, they can schedule future appointments after January 1st, allowing the max to reset and fully reimburse the dentist for their work.
3. Informed Patients Stay Satisfied. Satisfied Patients Pay Fairly.
The complexity of dental insurance baffles most people. When patients feel blindsided by unexpected out-of-pocket costs, they sometimes stop trusting their dentist, avoid payment, or even seek a different provider. At no time is this more apparent than at the turn of a new year when maximums and deductibles reset, plan benefits change, and new dental insurance companies come into play.
Providing comprehensive treatment plans can help bridge the provider-patient information gap, but treatment planning alone is not enough. Patients may need help understanding concepts like copays, deductibles, maximums, and coverage levels. Offer simple, jargon-free information to prevent delayed payment and keep patients satisfied.
Dental Billing Solutions Made Easy
As dental practices educate their patients, we at SB Dental Billing Solutions support them with current insurance fee schedules and on-demand consultation. Together with our clients, we tackle the beast of year-end dental insurance issues effortlessly.
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Stay Informed: The Changing Face of Endodontic Billing
Is your practice keeping up with the times when it comes to endodontic dental billing? Endodontic billing presents a completely unique set of challenges compared to general dentistry. Understanding insurance plans, medical and dental codes and endodontic claims submission is vital to running a successful endodontic practice. But since codes, benefits, and claims requirements change annually, staying apprised of current conditions can feel like another full-time job in itself.
“If We Only Knew!” Information Increases Revenue
For example, endodontic therapy used to be identified and billed according to the number of involved canals. Now, however, insurance claims reimburse based only on the treated tooth. Numbers of canals are not specified within the descriptors of an anterior, bicuspid, or molar. This major shift occurred not too long ago, and it threw many unsuspecting providers for a loop.
Keeping up with changes in endodontic billing prevents claims denials and ensures that endodontists can receive the correct compensation for their work.
Another common way that endodontists lose potential revenue is by not billing medical codes. Many dental offices hesitate to bill medical codes because, as dentists, they are not as familiar with the rules of medical insurance or which medical codes can be billed to dental insurance. A well-informed billing advocate can close this gap and ensure fair reimbursement for services rendered.
An Endodontic Billing Advocate
That’s where SB Dental Solution Dental Billing Company comes in. We keep current on all endodontic billing requirements as they change and work with our clients to help them understand changes. Additionally, we keep our clients current and ensure that dentists receive the best possible compensation from dental insurance companies by regularly renegotiating their fee schedules, a critical aspect of any endodontic practice that often gets missed by overloaded office staff. We handle all this and more so that our clients can rest easy without worrying about the changes and complexities of endodontic dental billing.
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