IDC assures each facility receives the best and most cost effective care. Our records are compliant with medical documentation requirements. Additionally, each patient is tracked for continuity of care preventing over-treatment and overpayment of services.
The nursing home is notified as to the progress of treatment.
The oral health status of each facility is recorded relative to the residents’ affective dental needs.
Facilities receive nursing unit reports including dental status and recall date.
Residences and facilities are provided monthly reports of services performed.
SCHEDULING & PATIENT CARE
Treatment planning is done according to patient’s desire and needs.
New residents are seen as per facility regulation requirements or within 90 days.
Each resident is seen annually.
All care is compatible with federal guidelines for defined special population groups and long-term care.
IDC rigidly follows a program utilizing data analysis.
Contract:All residents are covered for basic or intermediate services. The facility pay per diem to cover all residents admitted to the facility.
Fee-for-service:When a resident is identified as requiring dental services, a telephone request is called to IDC office. The resident’s next-of-kin or responsible party is contacted by IDC to approve the requested service. Arrangements are made between the responsible party and IDC.
IDC looks forward to working with you to develop an oral health care plan that is suitable to your institution.