* Remember to submit your answers to the course questions to receive your 2 hr CE credit.
1. When dental costs increase, the dental practice should:
2. The majority of dental consultants:
3. Hidden revenue streams in dentistry are often overlooked, untapped, and avoided because of two things:
4. Having the same price point for a dental procedure when there is a differential in cost of goods:
5. Offering patients choice with dental products and procedures, and charging them an agreed upon amount for the better services:
6. Offering choice and being paid an additional fee from an insured patient for a more expensive product or procedure:
7. Why should we present choice to our patients with products and procedures?
8. Why should we offer every patient ridge preservation?
9. Dental offices do not charge for suturing with bone placement because:
10. Periodontal disease:
11. The YNINDI acronym stands for:
12. Limiting factors that negatively affect profitability in a dental practice are:
13. From the MPMB investigation on PPO contracted fees, we learned that:
14. From the MPMB investigation on PPO contracted fees, we learned that:
15. The “real” reason third-party payers want you to send in your fee-for-service fees with your EOBs is to:
16. Who should ultimately pay for more expensive dental products and services?
17. The new Utah Dental Law now known as the “Network Leasing, Down-coding, and Bundling Protections Law”:
18. The new Utah Dental Law now known as the “Network Leasing, Down-coding, and Bundling Protections Law”:
19. Periodontal therapy is often not successful because: