Tue. May 28th, 2024
  • eAssist Dental Solutions has announced the launch of its new AI-powered technology.
  • The technology is designed to work with a dental practice’s management system to identify and correct coding and billing errors before they are submitted to insurance carriers.
  • The AI-powered software aims to reduce claim rejections and denials, speed up claim submissions, and decrease payment cycles to improve cash flow and revenue for eAssist clients.

eAssist Dental Solutions, a leading provider of dental billing and patient billing services for dental offices, recently unveiled its new AI-powered technology. The company’s services are now supported by leading-edge, AI-powered software designed to streamline and enhance billing processes.

“This technology works alongside a dental office’s practice management system to “scrub” claims for coding and billing errors prior to the claims being submitted to the insurance carriers. Consequently, we anticipate that offices with this technology will see a significant decrease in rejected and denied claims that must then be reworked and resubmitted for reimbursement”, explained CEO and co-founder Dr. James Anderson.

The key benefits of the AI-powered software, according to Jason Orgill, Chief Technology Officer at eAssist, are:

  • Collective Expertise: The “Copilot” system integrates the knowledge of hundreds of eAssist dental billers in an effort to minimize claim rejections and denials.
  • Faster Claim Submissions: The software is designed to help eAssist dental billers submit claims faster by quickly identifying errors, reducing the time required for manual review.
  • Speedy Reimbursements: The goal of the software is to reduce payment cycles, thereby improving cash flow and revenue for eAssist clients.

eAssist Dental Solutions is a nationwide dental billing company that provides dental practices with vetted billing specialists, allowing them to outsource their billing department to eAssist. This new AI-powered software is anticipated to help practices be more efficient, profitable, and patient-focused.

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