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Coordination of Benefits for Dentists (book) by Dilaine Gloege
In this video:
0:00 10 Rules of COB
1:05 Employee/member/subscriber vs dependent
1:36 Actively employed vs retired/laid off/COBRA
2:17 1 Subscriber, 2 jobs
2:39 Spousal coverage
3:01 Dependent children of parents who are not separated or divorced (birthday rule)
3:38 Dependent children of parents who are separated or divorced
4:13 Dependent children who also have coverage under a spouse’s dental plan
4:33 Medical plan vs. dental plan
5:09 Medicare vs retiree plan
5:58 Talk to Us!
Coordinating the benefits of a patient with multiple insurance providers can be frustrating as it is complicated..
In this video, we will go over 10 Coordination of benefit rules you need to know for dental insurance billing.
So a patient comes into your office with multiple insurances – Who’s Primary? Who’s secondary? And we need to know the laws and rules that designate those as primary or secondary.
Knowing how to send claims correctly can get confusing. And this knowledge is crucial, because if you make mistakes, it will lead to claim denials which will lead to payment delays from insurance companies. But with this video you’ll gain more patient trust and higher payments when you know the 10 standard rules of Coordination of Benefits. These 10 rules are pooled from our experts here at Dental ClaimSupport, and exceed over 35 years of experience in dental insurance billing.
Let’s go into those 10 rules now!
And if you have any questions at all, post a comment down below!