Dental Billing And Collection Service
EZDDS Team Work like Wizard for Your Dental Billing and Collection
We at EZDDS know that dental billing can be a headache. However, our team of experts has the knowledge and experience to solve your problems quickly, so you’ll never have another sleepless night worrying about how much it will cost for treatment this year or last decade.
Maintaining a balance greater than 90 days in our insurance accounts ensures that you will be paid for any losses incurred. We deal with your claim processing and ensure all necessary paperwork is submitted so as not to hold up the process of getting funds from an insurer, which can take up months or years.
What Do You Get?
EZDDS can help grow your account receivables with an efficient management system, whether you’re a small or large business. We’ll ensure all insurance claims get processed and money is collected for everything that belongs in our client’s bank accounts.
- 100% of what is owed to you will be collected
- Our team submitted clean claims for payment within 1 business day.
- All payments are posted to patient ledgers in a timely fashion
- We reduce your insurance ageing to less than 5% percent (and keep it there).
Why Are We Unique?
Daily update EOB’s
Your daily deposits will be uploaded to the patient ledger within 72 hours of checking, and we recommend you deposit them on the day. Our insurance verification specialists email your manager every morning to keep everything balanced.
Clearing Denied Claims
We have a team of dedicated professionals who are always on call to care for your business’s needs. Our dental billing experts will investigate the cause and appeal if applicable so that outstanding balances can be collected ASAP.
Daily Electronic Claims
We are committed to paying your bill on time and in full. Rest assured that we take all of our customer’s needs seriously, so every claim will be thoroughly investigated before being denied or appealed against to ensure outstanding balances belong solely to you.
Verify Procedures that are Not Sent to Insurance
We are here to help ensure that your insurance claims get the attention they deserve. Our platform is designed with you in mind, and we want nothing more than for it to be used efficiently.
Primary & Secondary Claims
Our team will set up your electronic primary and secondary claims on the day they are submitted, so there is no need for paperwork or hassle. If you’re submitting preauthorizations by mail, then don’t worry—we’ve got this taken care of too with an easy-to-use system right at our fingertips in seconds instead of days spent wondering if it has gone through yet or missing another payment because something unexpected came up.
When patients’ files are incomplete, their claims often get denied after thirty days. That’s because most offices have two or three issues like this every week! The dental billing specialists who use the EZDDS platform will contact your clients and ask for any missing information to complete the patient file, so you can be sure they receive payment as quickly as possible – without delays caused by mistakes made in submitting forms related directly back at home base. We also send daily emails summarizing anything reported during everyday work hours; these alerts help ensure 100% accuracy when processing payments.
Gathered Missing Information
You may not know it, but patient files are often incomplete. This can lead to a denial of your claim after thirty days and cause an issue with getting paid as soon as possible- especially if caught before being sent out. Our software helps you identify these errors, so they no longer go unnoticed; we’ll email our daily summary about what’s being done to solve collection problems.
Insurance Aging Report
The Insurance Aging Report is analyzed each month to ensure everything’s running smoothly. You’ll receive daily summaries with information on how many overdue claims were appealed, what money was collected in total from those who paid upfront, and an account receivable balance between 30-60 days past due (or 60 – 90).
Dental insurance billing can be a hassle. We have made it easy for you to manage your claims, rejected ones and post-EOB responsibilities with our various scheduling options. The plan cost applies across the board so that all practices will receive charges based on how many patients they attend, but there’s no need to worry about getting stuck paying more than necessary because we’ve got this covered from start to finish.
If the office insurance collections are under $40,000 month.
If the office insurance collections are between $40,000 and $100,000.
If the office insurance collections are between $100,000 and $150,000.
If the office insurance collections are over
Breakdown of Dental Billing Process
The dental billing process can be confusing for patients and even more so for dentists. Here’s a breakdown of how the process works:
Patient Data Entry
Includes their name, address, insurance information, and other relevant details.
Verifies the patient’s coverage and determines how much they will pay for the services provided.
Some procedures may require pre-authorization from the insurance company to be covered.
The dentist submits a claim to the insurance company detailing the services rendered.
The insurance company then pays the dentist based on the terms of the patient’s plan.
After receiving the payment, it is recorded by the insurance company.
EZDDS Billing Guarantees
Consider EZDDs Billing to be an extension to your dental office; we handle the clinic administration so you can focus on delivering the best possible dental treatment.
You deserve to get every penny of what you truly own!
We are committed to the fast processing for clearance.
Efficient updating in patient’s ledgers.
With an international clientele base, we provide world-class care and accountability.
Frequently Asked Questions
Dental billing is submitting and tracking dental services rendered to patients. The goal of billing is to ensure that patients are billed correctly for their services and that insurance companies are billed for the services their members receive. The dental office’s billing staff is responsible for submitting claims to insurance companies, following up on claims, and issuing patient statements.
The main difference between dental and medical billing is that medical billing codes are based on the International Classification of Diseases, Ninth Revision, Clinical Modification (ICD-9-CM), while dental billing codes are based on the American Dental Association’s Current Dental Terminology (CDT). In addition, medical insurance plans are often broader than dental insurance plans, covering a more comprehensive range of services.
The ADA has created an easy-to-follow list of all 760 unique dental codes.
There are a few key reasons to get dental billing services:
- To ensure accurate and timely billing
- To maximize reimbursement
- To reduce the administrative burden on your staff
When looking for a dental billing service, you’ll want to consider the following:
- The size of the company – You want a company that is large enough to handle your account but also small enough that you will receive personal attention
- The level of experience – Make sure the company has a lot of experience billing insurance companies and knows how to navigate the complex reimbursement landscape
- The technology – Make sure the company has state-of-the-art technology, including electronic claims submission
- Customer service – Make sure the company has excellent customer service and is available when you need them
Dental billing can work in one of two ways:
- You can submit a claim to the insurance company, and they will reimburse you for a percentage of the service cost.
- You can pay for the service yourself and then submit a reimbursement bill to the insurance company.
There are several advantages to outsourcing your dental billing. First and foremost, you can free up your staff to focus on providing quality care to your patients. An excellent dental billing service will take care of all the paperwork and follow-up necessary to ensure that your claims are paid promptly. They will also work with insurance companies and other payers to resolve any issues and get the most reimbursement possible. Finally, a good billing service will keep track of your receivables and help you manage your accounts receivable more effectively.
When choosing a dental billing service, you should consider the size and experience of the company and its level of customer service. It would help if you also asked about their billing procedures and how they will interface with your practice management software