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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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

  • The Anatomy of a Dental Practice Data Breach

    You will not want to miss this breakfast session at the 2015 Uniting the Industry Forum and Work Group Meetings, on October 22, 2015 at the Talking Stick Resort in Scottsdale, Arizona.

    The growth of electronic medical records has placed thousands of dental practices at risk of PHI breach or loss. Practice managers are faced with the reality that existing security measures are simply not sufficient to protect patient data. Practices that fall victim to a breach are vulnerable for reasons that can be easily identified, outlined, and ultimately corrected.

  • Recirculation of May 2015 Ballot in Progress

    Because significant changes were made to the NDEDIC Top Dental Eligibility and Benefit Questions Response Guide content, a recirculation of the ballot is necessary before the Guide can be finalized.

    You have opted-in to vote for the current 2015 NDEDIC ballot period so we ask you to review the changes and to comment and vote on the balloted item by midnight PDT on August 22, 2015.

  • Register Early and Save $100! NDEDIC's 2015 UIF/Work Group Meetings are October 21, 2015 at the Talking Stick Resort in Scottsdale, Arizona. Our work groups and task groups have been hard at work, ensuring that we can be proud of the role we played in accelerating the advancement of dental EDI.

    Get better visibility for your company by sponsoring our Welcome Reception. Check out all available sponsorship options, and email Carrie Wynne, CMP, CMM or call 480.477.1000 ext. 113 to secure your sponsorship today.

    Register for the 2015 UIF/Work Group Meetings before October 2, 2015 and save $100! 
  • Call for Proposals for 2016 EDI Summit - Deadline is August 31, 2015 Don’t delay - submit your topic today. If you, a colleague or other business contact is a subject matter expert with great insight into innovations in dental EDI or a fantastic case study, complete our online submission form. Topics for the EDI Summit must be timely and relevant to our members and the industry as a whole. The 2016 EDI Summit will be held May 2-4, 2016, at the Westin Kierland Resort & Spa in Scottsdale, Arizona.
  • Patients That Drive You Crazy; Difficult People Made Easy - Free Webinar Join Jen Butler, M.Ed., Founder & CEO, Jen Butler Coaching, Inc. September 17, 2015 from 11:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m. PDT for this free 90-minute webinar. You will learn the communication styles and skills necessary to build loyalty, increase patient retention and gain case acceptance. Don't let difficult patients determine your attitude or ruin your day! Learn how to turn difficult patients into raving fans so you both have a pleasant and positive experience.  Register today.
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