Sleep Apnea

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Dental Sleep Medicine: The Dentist's Role in Treating Snoring and Obstructive Sleep Apnea: 4 CE / $319course

Dr. Kenneth HilsenDr. Robert RogersBy: Hilsen, Kenneth DDS and Rogers, Robert DMD
Dangerous, widespread, treatable, these are descriptors that Drs. Ken Hilsen and Rob Rogers use to highlight how Obstructive Sleep Apnea is a life threatening disease that needs to be addressed through teamwork of physicians and dentists. Do oral appliances help? Expensive machines? How best to treat and evaluate a patient's progress with Obstructive Sleep Apnea? Drs. Hilsen and Rogers answer these questions and more, as they provide a step-by-step on how to recognize and treat OSA, so that you can make the best decisions on how to help patients breathe during sleep. This important module teaches how to save patients' lives and that reducing co-morbidities is not only possible but is expected.
Course Objectives
At the completion of this 3-part program, Learners will:

  • Learn the basics of Dental Sleep Medicine
  • Become aware of what a dentist can do to treat a prevalent and serious medical problem
  • Rcognize sleep apnea patients in your own practice
  • Elavate different oral appliances
  • Enhance knowledge and skills for better patient care.

Discount Code : DH9F

Dental Sleep Medicine: What You Need to Know about Billing Medicare: 1.5 CE / $59course

Dr. Robert RogersBy: Rogers, Mary Beth
When it comes to reimbursement for sleep apnea appliances and working your way through the bureaucratic maze of Medicare, Mary Beth Rogers comes to the rescue! If you treat sleep apnea patients or are thinking of expanding patients services to include this vitally important (life-saving) therapy, then this course is a must.

Mary Beth will guide learners to understand Medicare policy and billing guidelines for oral appliance therapy, teaching you what you need to know and what traps to avoid. She will explain, in clear and precise terms, the acronyms you need to know - ABN, DMEPOS, PECOS (to name a few) – and what to do about them.
Course Objectives
Learners taking these courses will:

  • Be able to identify coverage criteria for Medicare code E0486 – Custom Oral Appliances
  • Understand coding guidelines for oral appliances
  • Understand how to identify and collect medically necessary documentation prior to treatment
  • Have a working knowledge of basic claims submission and use of correct modifiers on the CMS 1500 Claim Form
  • Understand options in providing treatment for Medicare beneficiaries
  • Know how to apply to Medicare to become a DME supplier for oral appliances

Discount Code : DH5C


  • Jurisprudence: How to Avoid Legal Entanglement: 1 CE / $29 course

    By: Dr. Robert R. Rogers

    Discount Code : DH3W