Optimizing Your Practice 2022: Accurate Coding For – Treatment Planning / Record-Keeping / Claims

  • Tue, Nov 15, 2022 | 12:00 PM - Tue, Nov 15, 2022 | 1:00 PM

November 15
12–1 p.m. CT

CE credit pending

Would you like to learn about the key changes to the 2023 CDT code? In this free must-see webinar, you will hear of key code changes and how these affect treatment planning and documentation. This program is one of a continuing series that address significant administrative activities that enable practice success. Its focus is on the CDT Code, the HIPAA standard code set for documenting and reporting services delivered on a patient’s dental record and on dental claim form submissions. Robust and accurate procedure documentation and reporting requires familiarity with procedure codes published in all CDT Code categories of service.  

You will hear from Drs. Christopher Bulnes and Mark Mihalo and their experience in the CDT Code’s maintenance process, as well as how they use procedure codes in their practice management systems.

For more information on the CDT code, please visit ADA.org/CDT.
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