Dental Biller Job Description

A dental biller is a person that handles billing for dental services.

The dental biller takes information from patients, chuckles at it, and writes some stuff on it.

Then the biller gets paid by the insurance company somehow.

A dentist is the actual person who takes care of your teeth.

A dental assistant is usually the second-most-important person in a dental office.

A hygienist is another important person in a dental office.

He or she cleans your teeth.

A receptionist in a dentist office is often one of the people you first meet.

He or she usually blocks your time when you come in so it can not be taken by anyone else.

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September 15, 2022

Job Brief:

We're looking for an experienced Dental Biller to join our team. The ideal candidate will have excellent communication and customer service skills, as well as experience in dental billing and coding. If you are a self-starter with a positive attitude and a desire to learn, we want to hear from you!

Dental Biller Duties:

  • Enter full patient contact, insurance, and demographic info into the billing system
  • Decide what procedures to bill, what codes to use, and when to bill
  • Establish a patient payment plan and ensure patients are timely and in good standing
  • Follow up, monitor, and make adjustments as needed to patient accounts
  • Process and file insurance claims
  • Monitor claims status
  • Contact insurance companies when necessary

Dental Biller Responsibilities:

  • Bill claims using specific dental software
  • Answer incoming phone calls from patients, insurance representatives, and dentists
  • Enter and update data, including patient information, insurance information, and other information

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Requirements And Skills:

  • Valid Texas Dental Assisting license
  • 3+ years experience in dental office billing and collections
  • Knowledge of insurance billing and collections, and procedures
  • Ability to maintain patient records, and maintain and update patient lists
  • Strong computer skills including Word and Excel

[Company Name] is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive team. We welcome applications from people of all races, religions, national origins, genders, and ages, as well as veterans and individuals.

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