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ADA Dental Coding Certificate Live-Streamed Course (books included)

Join coding experts, Christopher Bulnes, DMD, Steven Snyder, DDS, and Mark MiHalo, DDS during this virtual course to extend and hone attendees coding expertise. The CDT Dental Coding course will provide necessary foundational knowledge, skill practice and reinforcement to participants in order to accurately file claims using the CDT codes.

This course will provide learners with the resources they need to support performance on the job and enable them to practice using these resources in realistic scenario-based simulations they might encounter during a typical workday.

After the course, attendees can choose to demonstrate competency with the knowledge and skills in an electronic assessment, after which they will receive a certificate of completion.

Newest manual just released September 2020.

 

At the end of this program, participants will be able to:

• Define key terms used in dental coding.

• Locate resources and a glossary for assistance with terminology and codes.

• Identify the correct, current claim form.

• Correctly complete each field on the claim form to file claims with minimal rejection.

• Explain the use of procedure codes.

• Use the CDT book and CDT Companion as resources for proper coding.


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ADA Dental Coding Certificate Live-Streamed Course (books not included)

Join coding experts, Christopher Bulnes, DMD, Steven Snyder, DDS, and Mark MiHalo, DDS during this virtual course to extend and hone attendees coding expertise. The CDT Dental Coding course will provide necessary foundational knowledge, skill practice and reinforcement to participants in order to accurately file claims using the CDT codes.

This course will provide learners with the resources they need to support performance on the job and enable them to practice using these resources in realistic scenario-based simulations they might encounter during a typical workday.

After the course, attendees can choose to demonstrate competency with the knowledge and skills in an electronic assessment, after which they will receive a certificate of completion.

Newest manual just released September 2020.

 

At the end of this program, participants will be able to:

• Define key terms used in dental coding.

• Locate resources and a glossary for assistance with terminology and codes.

• Identify the correct, current claim form.

• Correctly complete each field on the claim form to file claims with minimal rejection.

• Explain the use of procedure codes.

• Use the CDT book and CDT Companion as resources for proper coding.


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Oral chronic graft-versus-host disease — What the general dental practitioner needs to know (November 2020 Article 3)

JADA November 2020

Background. Long-term survivors of allogeneic hematopoietic cell transplantation will increasingly seek care from dental providers.

Key Words. Oral graft-versus-host-disease; hematopoietic stem cell transplantation; oral care; dental treatment; xerostomia; hyposalivation; caries; oral candidiasis; trismus.


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Prescribing of antibiotic prophylaxis to prevent infective endocarditis (November 2020 Article 2)

JADA November 2020

Background. In 2007, the American Heart Association recommended that antibiotic prophylaxis (AP) be restricted to those at high risk of developing complications due to infective endocarditis (IE) undergoing invasive dental procedures. The authors aimed to estimate the appropriateness of AP prescribing according to type of dental procedure performed in patients at high risk, moderate risk, or low or unknown risk of developing IE complications.

Key Words. Infective endocarditis; antibiotic prophylaxis; dental procedures; guidelines; prevention; antibiotic stewardship; risk.


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Responding to a pandemic: development of the Carolina Dentistry Virtual Oral Health Care Helpline (November 2020 Article 1)

JADA November 2020

Background. A virtual oral health care help line was established to provide consultation and triage for people with dental questions and concerns. Its goal during a pandemic was to keep patients from seeking unnecessary in-person care from emergency departments and urgent care clinics, especially when dental practices were closed or limited to providing essential urgent and emergency oral health care.

Key Words. Teledentistry; dental education; access to care; disease outbreaks; public health/community dentistry; pandemic.


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ADA Accelerator Series —Finding the Practice that Fits you (Recorded Webinar)

American Dental Association on-demand webinar
The information contained in this program was current as of Sept. 22, 2020.

Overview
Are you considering taking your dental career down a new path? Take some time to understand what your professional and personal goals are — and how your unique preferences will drive your decisions. Learn some of the key things to consider as you think about your next career transition. Are you thinking about ownership? Would you prefer to spend more time with family? What do you do when the unexpected happens? In this panel conversation, you will learn more about the ins and outs of dental career transitions and other practice settings.

Moderator
Dr. Suzanne Ebert, DMD
, Vice President, Dental Practice and Relationship Management ADA Business Innovations Group

Panelists
Daniel W. Hall, DMD
Sara Makary, DMD, Director of Dental Services, Sulzbacher Center, Jacksonville, Fla

This presentation will help you:
Make the right decision for you: The pros and cons of being an employee vs an owner
• Visualize your ideal path – and being flexible when life happens
• Have the tough conversations: Involving your family in your career decisions

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About the Accelerator Series
The ADA Accelerator Series
is a program designed to provide member-driven, on-demand access to financial, leadership, self-care and work/life tools to help fast forward dentists careers, their way.

This series includes:
• Regular webinars hosted by experts on topics such as parental leave planning, negotiating for what you deserve and building confidence as a leader.
• Tips on keeping your life, career and everything else in balance - from other dentists who’ve been there
• Opportunities to expand leadership skills
• Self-care and wellness support

Disclaimer: The views of the presenter(s) do not necessarily represent the views of the American Dental Association


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Sugar-sweetened beverage consumption and caries experience — An examination of children and adults in the United States, National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (October 2020 Article 3)

JADA October 2020

Background. The authors’ aim was to examine the association between sugar-sweetened beverage (SSB) consumption and the prevalence and severity of the caries experience in children and adults in the United States.

Key Words. Decayed, missing and filled teeth index; National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES); caries; carbonated beverages.


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About ADA CE Online

ADA's Online CE platform provides trusted education to dental professionals at your convenience.  Our ever-growing catalog of clinical, practice management, and personal development education offers peer-reviewed continuing education credits to fit your resources and schedule.  Credits earned through this platform are maintained for all users in an online transcript that you can access when you need your verification letters.

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