Dental Insurance Credentialing

Dental Insurance Credentialing

Here at CTC National, we know how busy the average dental practice owner can be. You’re in charge of dealing with issues among the staff, running the business end of your practice, and providing quality dental care and customer service to your patients. The immense responsibility of dental insurance credentialing may seem impossible to tackle on top of everything else.

CTC National & Dental Insurance Credentialing

The average practitioner is in network with at least 10-15 insurance plans. It can take up to 10 hours per plan to complete the credentialing process and negotiate a higher fee schedule with each of these insurance companies. In addition to your responsibilities listed above, these additional hours contacting insurance companies can rob you of time spent with family or doing hobbies.

Here at CTC National, our dental consultants are trained in taking care of your dental insurance credentialing, and are able to take the weight of this responsibility off your very busy shoulders! We can take care of the entire dental insurance credentialing process from start to finish, including the negotiation of your fee schedule if needed.

Whether you’re a new dentist or an experienced one, whether you’re starting a practice from scratch or purchasing an existing practice, CTC National can help! In fact, we’ve assisted countless dentists nationwide with their insurance credentialing needs. All you need to do is fill out the questionnaire below and we’ll take care of the rest!

Please contact CTC National for more information on our insurance credentialing services.

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