December 19, 2017
If you’re like the majority of dentists, you know that dental sleep apnea treatments using oral appliances are gaining in popularity, but you may be hesitant to jump into this new area of treatment. At Brady Billing, we see dentists flourish when offering this service for their patients, and we want to help you include sleep apnea in your dental office in 2018. Don’t send your loyal patients to another office for their oral appliances. Keep them in your practice where they belong, and let Brady Billing help.
November 27, 2017
If you’ve been considering expanding your dentistry services to include treatments for sleep apnea, you likely know this can be a lucrative revenue stream for your practice. However, it’s not as easy as adding the service to your website. You’ll need to network with local sleep doctors, advertise your services, and likely, spend time educating patients about the benefits associated with oral appliance therapy for sleep apnea. Keep reading to learn more about making the transition to offering advanced sleep apnea therapies in your dental office.
November 7, 2017
If you’re just getting started offering sleep apnea treatment in your dental office, you may want to consider putting a little extra effort into separating yourself from the other dentists offering oral appliance therapy in your area. A few simple steps could help you beef up the profitability of your new service.
October 19, 2017
For the most part, dentists don’t have to deal with medical billing. Rather than struggling with medical billing for sleep apnea appliances, consider trusting the Brady Billing team with all of your medical billing. This ensures your patients will get the maximum benefits they need and keep sleep apnea appliances within any budget. Keep reading to learn more about how the Brady Billing team can help you process and file medical insurance claims, so you can concentrate on the most important part of your practice – the patients.
September 15, 2017
If the dentist is performing a treatment that is not necessarily just affecting the smile or oral health, medical insurance coverage may be open to the patient. In these cases, a dentist can file medical insurance claims. Some dentists don’t know that this option is open to them, but in many situations, it’s important to understand the way medical insurance coverage can help make advanced treatments more affordable for your patients. Taking time to explore potential medical insurance coverage in addition to maximizing dental benefits can truly set a dental practice apart from the competition.
January 6, 2017
Sleep apnea is a common sleep disorder that affects more than 25 million adult Americans. As a result, many dental offices are turning to oral appliance therapy to help those with the condition. However, this presents a certain challenge for dentists. Oral appliances are not claimable under a patient’s dental insurance. Instead, their medical insurance plan must be billed. You must use dental-medical cross coding, which makes the process more complex, leaving more room for error. With medical insurance billing for sleep apnea creating a certain challenge, we can help you simplify the process.