ADA Offers 2014 CDT Dental Procedure Codes with CDT Code Check App
October 03, 2013
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CHICAGO, Oct. 3, 2013 —The American Dental Association (ADA) is offering dentists the opportunity to download the newest 2014 CDT Dental Procedure Codes with the CDT Code Check mobile app.
CDT Code Check contains the most up-to-date CDT Codes, including 29 new procedure codes, 18 revised procedure codes, 4 deleted procedure codes and seven changes to subcategories and their descriptors. CDT Code Check app is an especially handy practice management tool for dentists and dental staff who travel between offices.
- A complete listing of 2014 CDT Codes including category of service, subcategory, procedure code, nomenclature and descriptor.
- A list of new, revised and deleted codes with tracked changes so you can see exactly what was changed.
- Codes that are searchable by three categories: code number, keyword and category of service.
- The 2013 CDT codes at no additional cost
CDT Code Check is now a subscription-based service. As soon as the 2015 CDT Codes are released, users will receive an automatic update inviting them to purchase the new version while keeping the code sets from previous years. This ensures the user will have most current information available directly from the ADA, the official source of the CDT dental procedure codes. The ADA CDT Code Check app is available for $19.99 for the Apple mobile device via the iTunes store and the Android mobile device via Google Play.
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