Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT)
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Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT)

*Please Note: In order to enroll with Electronic Funds Transfer providers must be a participating member of Delta Dental

Dollar.pngElectronic Funds Transfer (EFT) / Direct Deposit  

Get paid faster! Enroll in Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) and Delta Dental will send claim payments electronically to your designated bank account. Payments often can be made in your bank account in as little as 48 hours. EFT is a free service only available to Delta Dental participating dentists.

To Enroll for EFT, click here and simply follow the EFT / Direct Deposit link. Also, if you would like to print out the forms and submit by fax or mail please click here.

For more information and easy to use instructions on how to use the EFT Direct Deposit click here .


EFT / Direct Deposit is:

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Electronic payments don't get lost, stolen, or delayed, and the electronic transfer process greatly reduces the number of people who have access to your private information.

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Payments go directly to your account, eliminating time spent for printing and mailing. You don't have to go to the bank or wait for checks to clear--funds are available immediately.

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Paper and electronic claims are both paid by EFT / Direct Deposit.  

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Explanation of benefits (EOBs) are also available electronically instead of being mailed to the dental office. With instant access to your payment history, you can store EOBs electronically.

***If you prefer to download and print out the forms please click here.

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EFT / Direct Deposit transfers are routed through approved banking channels in highly protected formats. Delta Dental's EFT process exceeds privacy and security standards with password encrypted account entry only.


 

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