Dental Credentialing Blog

Credentialing is a catchall term that refers to the ways in which professionals can measure and maintain their competence in education, training, and skills. The processes involved in credentialing include accreditation, certification and licensing.  Accreditation standards are set by the Commission on Dental Accreditation of the...

Written by Tamara Grigg We all know the frustration of getting an EOB back from the insurance and they are asking for more information in order to process the claim.  Let’s talk about how you can minimize or prevent this from happening to ensure you receive...

Written by Tami Grigg How do we grow our practice?  Several dentists have asked themselves this question at one time or another and wonder how they can bring in more patients to their practice.  It seems practices are always trying to come up with new ideas...

Did you know that you can have more than one fee for a procedure?  Yes, you can as long as the fees are separated by a category of patients.  For instance, you may charge the D0150 comprehensive evaluation for a new patient, but...

Belle DuCharme, CDPMA, Dental Training Consultant Current trends in dental practice delivery include multi-doctor or group type practices versus the solo dentist model.  With that comes more credentialing requirements that many dentists overlook when they take on a new associate dentist. https://www.ada.org/en/education-careers/licensure/licensure-dental-students/licensure-by-credentials When you do decide you...

Written by Tami Grigg A benefit of having eAssist as part of your team is also having the access to Practice Booster by Dr. Charles Blair.  What is Practice Booster? Here is the description of what it can do for you and your practice: At Practice Booster,...

Article by: Tami Grigg Erosion is the loss or wear of dental hard tissue by acids not caused by bacteria.  Here are a few      factors that can cause dental erosion: Erosion may be caused by intrinsic (e.g., excessive vomiting or acid reflux) and/or extrinsic (e.g., diet)...

First, one might ask what dental credentialing is and what does it mean?  Dental Provider Credentialing is the process of a dentist entering into a contract with an insurance carrier.  When doing this you will need info such as practice history, education, certifications, licenses, and...

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