News & Updates
Welcome to the Indiana Dental Association online newsroom. We are pleased to bring you the latest dentistry and oral health updates in Indiana and across the country. For more information, or to share news, contact Karen Scharf, Director of Communications
, at Karen@INDental.org
Dentists who accept Medicaid are requested by FSSA to post a notice regarding accepted settlement terms on the cap in coverable dental services.
Prior authorization requests for orthodontic services through IHCP no longer require a signed statement from a member of...
Please be aware that insurance staff members are experiencing an exceptionally high call volume
at this time. To help avoid phone tag, you may wish to consider the following options...
Breck Isaac, a benefits professional with more than 20 years of experience in health insurance, joined the IDA Insurance Services staff on September 2.
The IDA Foundation has provided $2,000 to help cover the travel and housing cost of two Kenyan exchange students who came to IUSD from Moi University School of Dentistry in Eldoret, Kenya. Kennedy Opiyo and Paul Kimei arrived on Tuesday, August 13 and will study at IUSD until September 25.
HIPAA compliance is one of the most important – and challenging – undertakings for a dental practice. The “ADA Complete HIPAA Compliance Kit” has tools to help dentists design and implement a comprehensive HIPAA compliance program.
Volunteers are encouraged to register for the American Dental Association (ADA) Mission of Mercy (MOM) charity dental clinic scheduled to take place Sunday, Nov. 3, in New Orleans, the site of the ADA’s 2013 Annual Session and World Marketplace Exhibition.
Indiana University School of Dentistry professor and administrator Jeffrey A. Dean has taken his long record of distinguished service to the university a significant step further by accepting an appointment as new chief of staff for Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis Chancellor and IU Executive Vice President Charles R. Bantz.
Is the size of the dentist workforce really a major factor affecting access disparities? The facts cast serious doubt on that notion.
The American Dental Association (ADA) recommends regular dental visits, at intervals determined by a dentist. In light of a new study published in the Journal of Dental Research titled "Patient Stratification for Preventive Care in Dentistry," the ADA wants to remind consumers that the frequency of their regular dental visits should be tailored by their dentists to accommodate for their current oral health status and health history.