New Coding Resources for Dentistry Now Available

The 2019 edition of CDT: Dental Procedure Codesformerly called Code on Dental Procedures and Nomenclature, has had a name change and STAT!Ref has it available now. STAT!Ref has also recently added the CDT: Coding Companion to the growing STAT!Ref Core Resources Collection for Dentistry and Dental Hygiene. If you would like to add the CDT: Coding Companion to your subscription please contact your sales representative by clicking here or please see below to learn more about the most up-to-date coding resources and only HIPAA-recognized code set for dentistry.

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CDT 2019: Dental Procedure Codes, developed and published by the American Dental Association, is the most up-to-date coding resource and only HIPAA-recognized code set for dentistry. The new 2019 edition includes 15 new codes, 5 revised codes, and 4 deleted codes. Don’t leave compliance in the hands of incomplete coding databases; CDT 2019: Dental Procedure Codes from the ADA is the resource you can trust for official CDT documentation.

CDT 2019 Coding Companion: Help Guide for the Dental Team is updated to reflect new CDT 2019 codes. Written by coding experts from the ADA and designed to be used with CDT 2019: Dental Procedure Codes, the new edition provides a variety of tools to improve coding expertise.

If you currently subscribe to CDT: Dental Procedure Codes please know that the Marc records have changed and the new 2019 edition has automatically been updated in your subscription. However, as this is simply a name change, the STAT!Ref access links will remain the same.

If you have any questions about this transition, or if you would like to schedule a follow-up discussion or webinar about this or any other STAT!Ref resource, please click here to contact STAT!Ref today.

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