Title: Ask the Medical Billing Experts: Your Top 10 Most Common Questions Answered

Duration: 60 minutes

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Medical billing in dentistry is crucial to increasing case acceptance. Because of the uncertainty of 2023, now is the time to start billing medical insurance in your dental practice to differentiate and protect your practice. Join Crystal May, a leading expert in medical billing, as she answers the 10 most common questions surrounding medical billing in dentistry. You will learn what is credentialing and why it’s so important, and what are the most common procedures paid by medical insurance to help your patients while strengthening your practice. She will explain:

  • What is and how to determine medical necessity
  • What codes can be billed
  • How to get paid
  • How to get started
  • and more
  • Tap into a new payment source with medical billing, and help your patients while strengthening your practice.

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    Crystal May is the co-founder and COO of Devdent. She is dedicated to helping dental practices be successful in dental sleep medicine and medical billing. She has over 17 years of medical billing experience, 15 years with an emphasis on dentistry, and 10 years on airway and sleep. Crystal is a leading educator and has presented at hundreds of events for major corporations and organizations. She owns and manages multiple dental practices, holds multiple US and international patents, has developed several software products specifically designed for dental offices, and has started companies that help practices with the successful implementation of dental sleep medicine and medical billing. Crystal's mission is to educate every dentist in the country about their opportunity and obligation to help identify sleep disorders in their patients.

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