Positions as a dental insurance coordinator are commonly found within health care companies such as health care centers. The job usually has limited educational requirements, with many requiring a high school diploma or equivalent. Work history requirements usually involve several years of work in an office environment and some experience with customer service. In some cases, positions may also ask for experience in specific fields such as dentistry offices or other practices.
Dental Insurance Coordinator Tasks
Prepare and distribute insurance education materials, including reports and bulletins.
Educate clinical staff in solving collection and registration issues.
Translate and explain insurance details and compliance procedures to patients.
Monitor current insurance practices, requirements, and forms.