It’s no secret that dental insurance guidelines are vague and confusing when it comes to moving through the revenue cycle. Dental insurance payers are counting on your confusion, so they can deny inaccurate or incomplete claims and hold your revenue hostage.
In the dental industry, there's a universal business goal shared by all dental leaders: to maximize revenue from insurance claims and patient payments. This common objective has steered many towards utilizing dental revenue cycle management (RCM) companies to support that goal.
The dental industry, like any other business sector, requires strategic thinking and effective management to thrive. But you are a dental practice or group owner. You didn’t go to school for business, you went to school to be a dentist.
Dental insurance verification can sometimes feel like the movie Groundhog Day — the same thing happening over and over and over again. The process is so tedious, time-consuming, and repetitive, it can be easy to confuse terms and make mistakes.
In the world of dentistry, every dental leader has one thing in common: You want to collect more from insurance claims and patients.