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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.

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A Milestone Event – UIF/Work Group Meetings

Join us in Scottsdale, Arizona, on November 19-20 for the Uniting the Industry Forum (UIF)/Work Group Meetings. The event marks our first in-person work group meetings using our new consensus-building structure. Register today and get a front row seat to see, hear, and contribute your expertise to the industry best practice guidance documents we have developed for our industry.

We are pleased to announce our two (2) guest speakers! Our educational session breakfast speaker, Laurie Darst, regulatory advisor for the department of finance at Mayo Clinic, will discuss the National Health Plan Identifier (HPID) mandate and implementation issues. The luncheon educational session speaker, Bill Owens, owner at Owens & Bondell, PLLC, Certified Public Accountants, will discuss dental industry trends and the impact of the ACA. Learn more and register today!

News & Announcements

  • Life of a Claim Webinar Series

    NDEDIC and Delta Dental are presenting a complimentary  two-part Life of a Claim webinar series. Part One, an encore presentation of the Life of a Claim,  will take place on Wednesday, November 5, 2014, from 12:00p.m.-1:00 p.m. PST. Part Two, Overcoming the Barriers to ERA/EFT Adoption, will take place on Tuesday, December 2, 2014, from 10:00 a.m.-11:30 a.m. PST.

  • Be a VIP at the NDEDIC/UIF Work Group Meetings

    As a registered attendee of the NDEDIC UIF/Work Group Meetings, you can help drive record-breaking attendance at this milestone event, marking the first in-person meeting using our new work group structure.

    Be an NDEDIC VIP "Vision In Practice" Leader
    Refer a colleague or business contact to the UIF/Work Group Meetings in November. VIP leaders who make a qualified referral will receive special recognition at the UIF/Work Group Meetings. A qualified referral is a non-member who you believe would benefit from participating in NDEDIC. In addition,  if the referral yields a new member, you will be entered into one of two drawings for a $50 gift card.

  • National Health Plan Identifier Implementation - UIF Breakfast Presentation

    What are the key considerations in implementing the National Health Plan Identifier (HPID)? Join Laurie Darst, regulatory advisor for the department of finance at Mayo Clinic, as she discusses this hot industry topic during her breakfast presentation at the NDEDIC UIF/Work Group Meetings in Scottsdale, Arizona on Thursday, November 20, 2014.

    Her presentation will include a brief overview of the basic requirements of the HPID mandate and an overview of implementation concerns identified by healthcare industry stakeholders. Darst will review some of the initiatives and HPID implementation tools being developed by WEDI's HPID Work Group. Interactive discussion, comments and questions on this topic are encouraged during the presentation.

  • Industry Partners Committee Now an SPC Subcommittee The Industry Partners Committee is now a subcommittee under the Strategic Planning Committee, and is reworking its action plan to support new direction from the Strategic Planning Committee. The Industry Partners subcommittee will continue its focus on industry relations and continue to support accredited and standard setting organization partnerships and cross information exchange. Some of the objectives in the existing action plan may be assumed by other NDEDIC committees. If you are interested in joining this subcommittee, please contact Rebecca Rudnyk of NDEDIC.
  • CMS Helps Small Practices Prepare for ICD-10 The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has released the first of its "Road to 10" webinar series designed to help small medical practices prepare for the new ICD-10 Codes. The tool is an online resource intended to help small practices jumpstart their ICD-10 transition. "Road to 10" includes specialty references and gives providers the capability to build ICD-10 action plans tailored for their practice needs.
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