Diagnosis coding is coming for dental professionals. CDT Plus! includes everything dentists need to bill their services, along with a comprehensive introduction to diagnosis coding.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) November 21, 2014
Procedure Coding with CDT
CDT 2015 codes are mandatory for reporting dental procedures and services provided from January 1, 2014 - December 31, 2014. Dental professionals must use HIPAA mandated CDT codes to report procedures and services on dental claims. There are significant changes in the CDT coding system for 2015; including new codes, revised codes and deleted codes. Accurate CDT coding puts the practice in control of the reimbursement process and reduces audit liability.
Diagnostic Coding for Dental Services is Coming
Dental professionals need to prepare for the requirement of diagnostic coding for dental services. Diagnostic coding is already used in many university and large private dental practices that use Electronic Health Records (EHR) and Electronic Dental Records (EDR) systems.
The new 2012 ADA Dental Claim Form includes fields to record diagnosis codes. While designed for ICD-9-CM and ICD-10-CM codes, there are other diagnosis coding systems under consideration; including SNODENT and the new Dental Diagnostic System (DDS). CDT PLUS! 2015 includes a comprehensive introduction to all of the existing and potential diagnostic coding systems.
CDT PLUS! 2015 includes:
- All official CDT 2015 codes and descriptions along with coding notes and coverage information.
- Comprehensive introduction to CDT coding including extensive glossary
- Comprehensive introduction to diagnostic coding for dental practices; including ICD-9-CM, ICD-10-CM, SNODENT and the new Dental Diagnostic System (DDS) codes.
- Complete instructions for the ADA Dental Claim form; including the new 2012 version.
- A comprehensive Alphabetic Index
PMIC is the nation's leading independent publisher of medical and dental coding and compliance books, forms and software. Our CDT Plus! 2015 and our 2015 Coding Guide for Oral Surgery and Dental Cross-Over Claims are used by dentists and oral surgeons nationwide to maximize reimbursement and minimize audit liability.