Upcoming Event

CCDSBC Dental Health Fair 2017 - April 23rd Sunday

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CE Night #4      (3 CE Credits)                                                                       Apr 27, 2017 (Thursday) 

Topic:  Clear on Codes: How to Protect Your Practice from Insurance Audits”

Speaker:   Dr. Tim Gould

Venue:     Radisson President Hotel, 8181 Cambie Road, Richmond, BC
Time:       6:00 p.m. (registration)           6:30 p.m. (dinner)           7:30 p.m. (lecture)
Fee:          Free (member)        $100 (non-member) *

Synopsis: Insurance audits have become a key concern for dentists in BC. The ‘Clear on Codes’ course focuses on the insurance audit process, and steps dentist can take to protect themselves from being a target for audit. Aggressive billing trends and frequently misused codes are identified with emphasis on how to bill appropriately using the BCDA Suggested Fee Guide. The following topics will be discussed:

•            Accuracy in billing for treatment performed, record-keeping and collecting the co-pay            
•            Appropriate use of codes and descriptors in the Suggested Fee Guide
•            Steps in the audit process
•            How a dentist is targeted for investigation/audit
•            How to protect yourself from being audited
•            Voids in record keeping resulting in increased recovery
•            Aggressive billing trends and targeted codes
•            Areas where BCDA can offer assistance

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CCDSBC 29th Annual Extravaganza Gala - July 8th

Theme: Tropical Paradise

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About Us

The CCDSBC participates in many public programs throughout the year. To educate the public, it hosts radio and television programs, contributes to newspaper columns, and organizes the Annual Dental Health Fair in April each year, to promote oral health education.

The Chinese Canadian Dental Society of British Columbia was established in 1988 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. It is an organization formed to promote and encourage its members to contribute to their community and the Canadian society-at-large. It aims to foster and develop professionalism, fellowship, and the welfare among all dental personnel. The CCDSBC also undertakes educational, cultural, athletic and recreational programs to promote and establish communication and cooperation between the CCDSBC and other organizations. Each year, the CCDSBC organizes Continuing Education Lectures for all dental personnel and holds different social functions and Annual Gala Extravaganza. It also funds scholarships and fellowships for dental education in Canada.