Date: February 12, 2020
Time: 7:00 pm  to  8:00 pm

Live Webinar

Presenter – Sarah Briggs, Ozark Prosthodontics

Duration: 60 minutes

Price: Free

Families affected by ectodermal dysplasias in the United States have faced problems for decades in getting their health insurance to pay for the dental care they need. Too often, their claims are rejected because the care is deemed “cosmetic.” Or, families have to fight for years of appeals to get benefits.

In this practical session, Sarah takes you through best practices for how to submit claims. They will share the process their dental office uses for their patients who are affected by ectodermal dysplasias. Feel free to invite your dental providers to register as well! We’ll also take questions from the audience so get yours ready!

You will learn:

  • critical things to know regarding medical insurance
  • what diagnostic codes you need to use
  • about the importance of understanding your benefits
  • what documentation you may need for pre-authorization
  • how to file a claim and follow-up

About the Expert

Sarah joined Ozark Prosthodontics (OP) in 2017 after she graduated from the University of Arkansas with degrees in international relations, French, and European studies. She has always been interested in healthcare policies and practices, which is what initially sparked her interest in OP. She currently serves as a Medical Insurance Advocate, and will be starting law school in the fall, where she hopes to become a specialist in health insurance law and medical malpractice.

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Please Note: This webinar will be recorded. If you cannot attend the webinar live, please register for the webinar to be sent a link to the recording after the webinar is over.

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If you have any questions about this webinar, contact Kelley at Kelley@nfed.org or 618-566-2020.

Disclaimer: This webinar is not intended as a substitute for medical or dental advice. Only a healthcare provider with a full medical history may determine the proper treatment options. Opinions shared do not necessarily reflect those of the NFED. Topics, speakers and date are subject to change.