For Dentist

Forward-thinking dental practices recognize dental sleep as the next growth area – equal to the cosmetic boom of the last decade.  And this new revenue opportunity directly improves the patients’ health.  With an estimated 25% of the US population suffering from sleep apnea and 80% of those untreated, there is patient demand for a more convenient and comfortable oral appliance therapy.


WE KEEP YOU ADVANCING

growth-increase-dentist-officeSleep Impressions is a comprehensive program to help you develop, manage, and grow sleep medicine in your dentistry practice.  We provide:

  • Medical insurance billing through in-network provider, meaning less time and effort for your staff, less out of pocket expense for your patients, and faster time to treatment and payment
  • Marketing of your sleep dentistry program to local dentists and physicians, including access to their non-compliant CPAP patients.
  • Monthly feedback to show your successes and look for areas to improve.

BILLING IN-NETWORK

insurance-billing-solutionSleep Impressions is a network of dentists trained in dental sleep medicine that bill medical insurance through in-network contracts as a single “practice”.   Becoming an affiliate, or contractor, of Sleep Impressions means:

  • Billing in-network lowers the cost to the patient resulting in significantly more cases for you.
  • The Sleep Impressions staff will handle verification of benefits, insurance claim submissions, and patient collections.
  • Our simple documentation and processes help to streamline your dental sleep practice.
  • In-network authorization and claim processing is shorter resulting in faster time to payment.
  • It allows you to focus on clinical treatment and be compensated appropriately!

 EVEN MORE BENEFITS

Management and Marketing of OA Program

  • Partnership with national HST provider (Millennium Sleep Lab)
    • Contracted with Medicare/Medicaid, private insurance, and Care Credit.
    • Software integration to check status of test and receive script electronically
    • Verification of accurate documentation for medical necessity of test and OA
  • Network of sleep physicians to provide order of test, interpretation of test results, and oral appliance script
  • Network of DME’s and current patient database to identify non-compliant PAP users
  • Marketing of Dental Oral Appliance services to physicians ordering sleep studies.
  • Monthly statistics on referrals, study orders, scripts, and billing
  • Quarterly review and re-evaluation of insurance and contracts

Comments or questions are welcome.

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