CDT 2014 Shifts and What’s Coming CDT 2015
To facilitate as fast-moving world, Current Dental Terminology (CDT), the standard coding set for dentistry, is now updated every year. Using current codes is required whether filing for benefits or basic record keeping. The existence of code does not mean a patient has coverage under a policy yet without a code, no coverage could be offered. Reimbursements will be tied to outcomes in the future. Having a code gives opportunity to measure outcome data. CDT 2014 changes show a shift with codes for regenerative procedures and stages of care. CDT 2015 promises more of the same.
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