All You Need To Know About Dental Revenue Group

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Frequently Asked Questions

Dental Revenue Cycle Management is a complete and comprehensive process by which dental practices file for claim reimbursements to keep themselves financially stable. In simple words, dental practices collect what they earn through their revenue cycle management. Hence, it becomes even more important for dental practices to be familiar with all dental billing technicalities and nuances having an impact on their revenue collection.
This is why we have published a Dental Billing and Revenue Cycle Management FAQ page only to ensure that dental practices are aware of the basic fundamentals along with the latest updates in the dental billing industry.

Dental Revenue Group is a leading Dental Billing Company operating across 50 states with 1000+ Dental billing experts working to assist Dental practices with their revenue collection. We have a 99% claim acceptance rate and we proudly claim to be a true professional billing company, proficient with ICD-10 coding mechanisms. 

Dental Revenue Group works with the intent to make dental practices independent in their domain. For that purpose, we follow a Revenue Cycle Process that starts with benefits breakdown to submitting claim reimbursements. Moreover, our follow-up mechanisms are highly effective and we make sure that your Account Receivables are minimized. 

Dental Revenue Group is a professional dental billing organization that helps in establishing a strong revenue cycle process for dental practices. Such a system is difficult to establish if you’re either billing for yourself or having an in-house billing setup that costs a lot and is difficult to sustain. 

Although both of these billing domains are related to the revenue cycle management of practices; the major difference lies in the nature of coding for medical vs dental billing, along with a difference in the accreditation from different institutions. Moreover, dedicated billing companies such as I-Med Claims cater to medical billing while dental billing is handled by specialized dental billing companies such as Dental Revenue Group.

Dentists do bill CPT codes because medical plans do not pay for claimed payments for CDT treatments and therefore the CPT coding has to be used in a manner that describes the kind of treatment that was offered. 

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