Insurance Verification

Dental insurance provides coverage on treatments. However, many types of plans exist on the market. Before enrolling into a plan, patients should research waiting periods and benefits of each insurance plan. Since some dental insurance companies have waiting periods, people should decide whether to get insurance...

“At year-end 2016,” about 34 percent of America’s population do not have “dental benefits” (“Who has dental benefits?”). However, dental insurance contains flaws since it “primarily focuses on covering low-cost preventative treatments” and “[most] dental insurance policies cap coverage at $1000-$1,500 a year” (“How to...

When a step in the medical billing process goes awry, such as insurance verification, dentists, employees, and patients become frustrated (tyler 2015). According to the Healthcare Business & Technology website’s article, “Medical Billing,” “It is estimated that doctors in the U.S. leave approximately $125 billion...

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