Welcome to the Dental Code Advisor Podcast, hosted by Practice Booster’s Coding experts, Dr. Charles Blair and Dr. Greg Grobmyer. The CDT codes are the property of the American Dental Association. Interpretations of the CDT codes in this podcast represent the opinions of our experts. Always refer to the latest CDT codes for use in your practice and contact the ADA directly for the ADA’s interpretation of the CDT codes. You are responsible for your own use of the CDT codes. For more information, refer to ADA.org. Tune in now for timely information regarding dental coding.
Episode 4 - Coordination of Benefits
In the fourth episode of the Dental Code Advisor Podcast, Dr. Greg Grobmyer and Tiffany Wesley, FAADOM, begin their discussion of Coordination of Benefits; why it’s probably more complex than you think, the 5 questions you need to ask to determine the order of claims submission, and the major types of plan coordination.
Ep 3 - The Ins and Outs of Understanding Your PPO Contracts, pt 2
In this episode of the Dental Code Advisor Podcast, Dr. Greg Grobmyer and Dr. Charles Blair continue their discussion of Preferred Provider Organizations (PPOs), including a look at the documents that define the relationship between the dentist and the PPO, “handcuffs” commonly found with participation, how to leverage optional services to obtain reimbursement, alternative benefits, and more.
Episode 2 - The Ins and Outs of Understanding Your PPO Contracts
In the second episode of the Dental Code Advisor Podcast, Dr. Greg Grobmyer and Dr. Charles Blair discuss Preferred Provider Organizations (PPOs), including misconceptions about participation, how to attract out of network patients, the two major types of plans and what laws apply to each, fee capping, and more.
Episode 1 - Dental Code Creation and Revisions
In this episode of the Dental Advisor Podcast, meet our hosts Dr. Charles Blair and Dr. Greg Grobmyer. Join them as they discuss the ADA’s Code Maintenance Committee, how CDT codes are proposed, created, and updated, and how the process affects your day to day practice.