by Bre Cohen COVID-19 has hit the dental industry hard. Closing doors for months is a big blow to any practice and while traditional insurance is great, chances are it …Read Article
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by Randy Curran It is paramount that providers understand the definition of each medical code they bill using their NPI number whether it’s to federal, state, or privately funded insurance …Read Article
by Rose Nierman, Founder & CEO, Nierman Practice Management There’s a new buzzword in town, and that word is Telemedicine. Telemedicine encounters for Dental Sleep Medicine (DSM) are increasing, and …Read Article
by Joy L. Moeller, BS, RDH Many dental offices are involved in the treatment of sleep disorders, restricted frenums, orthodontics, cosmetic dentistry, oral facial pain and pediatric dentistry. New studies …Read Article
by Randy Curran and Kyle Curran As a dentist treating Obstructive Sleep Apnea, is it in your best interest to contract and become in-network with medical insurance payors? This …Read Article
by Rose Nierman, Founder & CEO, Nierman Practice Management Great news for dental practices! The average allowed amount that clients of Nierman Practice Management’s (NPM) medical billing service saw …Read Article
Are you ready? As we approach 2020 there are many things I’m excited about that will bring awareness to your dental sleep medicine practices across the US. New technology, public awareness and collaboration all will play a role in patients asking dentists about sleep breathing and optimal airway health. Again I ask, are you ready?Read Article