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Electronic Transactions - Improving Office Efficiency [Webinar]

Title slide for webinar Electronic Transactions - Improving Office Efficiency

Are you up to date on electronic claims and other administrative transactions? Can you use your practice management software to make your business more efficient? Learn the latest from leaders in the healthcare industry during this on-demand webinar.

This webinar, recorded July 27, 2021, is another in the continuing education series concerning the benefits of electronic transactions that can reduce practice overhead.

Joining the discussion are dental practice management system vendors who are collaborative partners in the move from paper to electronic transactions. As a viewer you will also learn more about the value proposition of accepting healthcare EDI standards and how this can help simplify practice administration tasks. By better understanding these tools that are available now, you can save staff time for other important work that will keep your operatory chairs filled and your practice busy.

Please note: CE credit is only provided for participating in the live webinar; viewing this recording does not qualify for credit.

 

About the presenter

Nick Deitmen

Nick Deitmen is the director, dental client strategy for the dental network solutions group at Change Healthcare, the leading clearinghouse in the dental industry. In this role, Nick is responsible for strategic planning, product ownership, client relations, and marketing for a suite of solutions designed to make life easier for providers and patients alike. Previously, Nick oversaw operations of the dental division of Change Healthcare including product development, internal operations improvement, external marketing, customer relations, and reporting and analytics. Before coming to Change Healthcare, Nick worked as a senior manager of consulting operations at Quorum Health Resources, a hospital management and consulting firm. In this role, Nick consulted for hospitals on strategic planning, Community Health Needs Assessments (CHNAs), and marketing support while also managing the analytics and reports team that provided support to all of consulting.