NADP Knowledge Center
*FREE* Delivering the digital experience members and dental practices desire
The move towards digital processes has accelerated, driven most recently by COVID-19. But this evolution has been slowly progressing for many years, with market leaders recognizing the many benefits digital strategies provide to their bottom line.
In this webinar hear from a dental practice manager and a leading dental payer as they share their insights on emerging digital capabilities and the collaboration needed between payers and payers. Learn how to leverage digital capabilities to help avoid the risks posed by COVID-19 and improve operational efficiencies. And hear their views on future strategies that will be needed to address future market dynamics.
This webinar is sponsored by:
Vice President, Payments, Change Healthcare
Bill leads Change Healthcare’s B2B Payments solutions, guiding business strategy and product prioritization efforts needed to deliver industry leading payment capabilities. Bill also fosters relationships with key industry partners to help drive payment innovation and affordability through the elimination of legacy payment and remittance processes
Chief Operating Officer, SKYGEN USA
As Chief Operations Officer, Third Party Administration at SKYGEN USA, Mr. Koltz is responsible for advancing operational excellence, the satisfaction of customers, providers and members, and the bottom-line revenue growth of SKYGEN USA’s administrative business lines. With Mr. Koltz’s broad experience in information technology, claims administration, and general management roles, his leadership is key to achieving SKYGEN USA’s commitment to transforming the way dental, vision and Medicaid benefits are delivered for increased levels of efficiency at reduced costs for all Americans.
Vice President of Insurance Operations, Aspen Dental Management
Art currently serves as the vice president of Insurance Operations and Revenue Cycle for Aspen Dental Management, Inc. (ADMI). ADMI is a dental support organization that provides non-clinical business support services to over 800 independently owned and operated Aspen Dental-branded practices in 41 states.
His business focus is on improving the efficiency and cost effectiveness of dental transactions so that dentists and insurance carriers can better focus on patients, subscribers, and employer groups.
Art started his career in insurance with a subsidiary of Anthem focusing on claims processing, file set-up, and system migration. He served as an officer in the U.S. Marine Corps and holds an MBA in Healthcare from Binghamton University and a BA in History and MS in Education from Canisius College. Art is currently the chair of the National Dental EDI Council (NDEDIC) and works with NADP on the EDI and Government Relations WorkGroups and DSO Advisory Council.