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Fluoride Treatment and Medical Billing - The Dollars and Sense 
Presenter: Jennifer Andert
Credits:  1 CEU Release Date: 7/21/16
CE Supporter: Premier Dental   Expiration Date: 7/21/19

During this CE webinar, we will cover the indications for fluoride gel treatment, and what triggers “medical necessity” for fluoride treatment. While many patients can benefit from fluoride treatment, medical billing does not apply to every scenario. Dentists, and sales representatives will need to understand what triggers necessity, and how to navigate the world of co-pays and deductibles in order to successfully treatment plan towards a medical insurance covered claim. Once we have determined who is a good candidate, we will learn how to properly use each product and the basic options for submitting a claim. In addition, we will discuss the potential revenue associated with medical billing and how this benefits the patient and the practice.

After completion of this CE webinar the student will be able to identify patients that would benefit from fluoride treatment, and properly recognize cases of necessity. You will also gain a basic understanding of medical insurance in an effort to assist dentists who are unfamiliar with cross-over protocols. Proper use and application of fluoride products will also be covered to create a complete path from treatment plan, to application and paid claim.   ( disclaimer, bio and commercial disclosure )

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