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National Dental EDI Council

The National Dental EDI Council (NDEDIC) is a not-for-profit association of diverse stakeholders working together to streamline dental business operations, reduce costs and improve patient service by effectively exchanging eligibility and claims data electronically. Through a recent reorganization, NDEDIC is significantly accelerating its efforts to standardize and advance electronic dental transactions, leading the way to transformational change in the business of dentistry.

If you are not involved in NDEDIC, now is the time to engage with us and reap the benefits for your dental business. Learn more.

Hot Topic

The 2016 EDI Summit Call for Proposals is now Open! The NDEDIC EDI Summit brings together a successful network of leaders in the dental industry working together to transform the business of dental care through use of electronic commerce. Attendees represent all segments of dental including, payers, clearinghouses, practice management software vendors, dentists/dental office staff, industry consultants, industry-related associations and more. Additionally, the 2016 EDI Summit will be co-located again with the National Council for Prescription Drug Program’s (NCPDP) Annual Technology & Business Conference.

Learn more about desired topics, benefits of presenting and submit a proposal today!


News & Announcements

  • NDEDIC Announces Luncheon Keynote Speaker for UIF NDEDIC is happy to announce that Jen Butler, M.Ed., Founder & CEO, Jen Butler, Inc., will be the keynote speaker at the UIF luncheon on October 22, 2015.

    In her presentation, High Performing Teams, Butler explains the science behind team synergy and how to build and maintain it for sustainable success. Attendees will acquire the tools and resources necessary to hire team members that fill in gaps, lead them to high performance, and retain them long term.  

  • Sponsorships Available for UIF/Work Group Meetings Demonstrate your organization's support and gain the competitive edge in the dental industry by securing one of several sponsorship opportunities available at the 2015 Uniting the Industry Forum/Work Group Meetings, October 21-22, 2015. You can choose from one of the following:
    • Event Partners
    • Welcome Reception
    • Luncheon
    • AM or PM Refreshment Breaks
    • Friend of NDEDIC
    Get more details on these limited sponsorships. Email Carrie Wynne, CMP, CMM or call 480.477.1000 ext. 113 to secure yours today.
  • Join One of Three New Task Groups Summer is here and we’re turning up the heat on task group activities, planning for our Fall Work Group Meetings. We have had a great response to our request for members to join our new task groups, but the more voices we have represented, the better the outcome! This is a great opportunity to share your experience and knowledge and have a role in shaping the future of dental EDI.

  • NDEDIC Coordinating Member Comments on HHS HPID Rule The Department of Health & Human Services (HHS) is considering changes to its health plan identifier (HPID) rule. HHS issued a Request for Information (RFI) seeking public comment on how the identifiers' use in healthcare transactions has changed since health plans began using them in 2012, and whether the identifiers still have value.  Although they aren't currently required to do so, covered entities will be required to include the HPID in HIPAA transactions starting November 7, 2016.

  • Registration Now Open for UIF/Work Group Meetings Registration is now open for the 2015 Uniting the Industry Forum (UIF)/Work Group Meetings being held October 21-22, 2015 at the Talking Stick Resort in Scottsdale, Arizona. You can save $100 if you register before October 2, 2015

    A block of rooms has been secured at the Talking Stick Resort for the group rate of $189 per night for single/double occupancy. Make your room reservation online or by phone at 866.877.9897. Reference National Dental EDI Council UIF 2015 to secure your discounted rate. Reservations at the group rate must be made by September 21, 2015 or while supplies last.
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