Dentists report that dental insurance reimbursement rates have decreased over a span of 12 months, according to the August Economic Outlook and Emerging Issues in Dentistry poll from the ADA Health Policy Institute (HPI).
In August 2022, some 26 percent reported that insurance reimbursement rates had decreased at some point in the previous 12 months. In August 2023, 35 percent of dentists indicated decreased reimbursement rates.
According to the poll:
Read more on the ADA's website: https://www.ada.org/resources/research/health-policy-institute/economic-outlook-and-emerging-issues
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