Global Healthcare Resource

Dental Billing and Coding Services

Custom-tailored to match your organization's unique needs. 

Dental Revenue Cycle Management Services

Custom-tailored to match your organization's unique needs. 

Like its medical counterpart, dental billing and coding requires an expertise that few have. Most dental offices work with some aspects of coding and billing, but their primary focus is on their patients — as it should be. Still, submitting proper claims that are as detailed and accurate as possible is crucial in prompt, successful revenue generation. 

Global Healthcare Resource is the international outsourcing team you have been seeking to transform your dental billing services into an efficient, fine-tuned machine. Our 6,000-plus staff has spent over 25 years navigating the complexities of healthcare coding and billing, and we proudly boast full-scale HIPAA and SOC 2 Type 2 compliance in all our practices.

Dental vs. Medical Billing — Is There a Difference?

Dental and medical coding and billing share many similarities. Regardless of the specialty, billing and coding personnel must have a firm understanding of procedure codes and modifications. They must collect similar demographic information and serve insurance companies complete and accurate paperwork to prevent claims denials.

Where these areas vary is in their coding definitions and paperwork. Medical coding relies on precedents set through CPT, ICD-10, and HCPCS. Conversely, dental coding procedures come from the American Dental Association. Each coding authority can update codes and submission guidelines at its leisure. As such, dental billing companies must take care to stay updated in their industry and file the most up-to-date codes in their submissions.

Dental providers also have to think about the details of which teeth they are treating when they submit insurance paperwork. Insurance companies will expect specific information related to the tooth or teeth each service is rendered for. Otherwise, they may deny the claim and force billing teams to resubmit their request. 

The Global Healthcare Resource Advantage

At Global Healthcare Resource, we strive to become your partner in all dental billing and coding matters. We operate as an extension of your team and enable you to get more done at the office every day. Furthermore, we bring you benefits like:

  • Exclusive training: Many of our team members come to Global with an extensive history in medical or dental coding and billing, but here, we hold ourselves to the highest standards. That is why every staff member must go through Global Academy, our in-house training program that turns our personnel into expert billers, coders, and revenue cycle managers. We update Global Academy regularly to ensure it provides the latest industry knowledge on all our practices.
  • The Time Zone Advantage: Our call centers are located in the Phillippines and India, and we use these international locations to our benefit. Our hours often run opposite our partners', which allows us to file paperwork overnight and submit everything before they return to the office every morning. Together, we can create a streamlined billing process with minimal turnaround times.

Meet Your New Dental Billing Company Today

Put your dental billing services in the right hands with Global Healthcare Resource. We develop a personalized service plan for everyone we partner with so we can transform your revenue cycle and deliver the compensation you are rightfully owed. Schedule a meeting with our service team today and join the outsourcing revolution.

The integrity of your data is our #1 priority.

SOC 2 Type 2 Compliant.

SOC 2 Type 2 audits determine how well an organization safeguards customer data and how those controls operate over a 9-month (minimum) time frame. Reports are issued by third party auditors who review the following principles: Security, Confidentiality & Availability. Global Healthcare Resource is proudly SOC 2 Type 2 compliant. 



The security principle addresses whether an organization's system is protected (both physically and logically) against unauthorized access.



The availability principle addresses whether the services an organization provides is operating with the type of availability that client's expect.



The confidentiality principle addresses the agreements made with clients in regard to how their information is used, who has access to it and how it's protected.

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