The Department of Consumer Affairs issued a new waiver that gives all California-licensed dental professionals whose active licenses expire in October 2021 until March 28, 2022, to meet license renewal requirements.
The October 2021 issue of the Journal of the California Dental Association explores evolving approaches to caring for pediatric patients and their parents and how the pandemic has affected that care.
A new CDA Practice Health Check can help dental practices prepare for the American Dental Association’s CDT code changes for 2022. The ADA updates CDT codes annually, and failure to review the changes could lead to unnecessary claim denials and delays.
Every month, CDA spotlights a student from one of California's six dental schools. Get to know CDA’s October Student Spotlight Samantha Garcia from UCSF School of Dentistry class of 2024.
When a cyberattack hits, your practice comes to a screeching halt. A compromised system can mean no access to schedules, billing or patient records. Learn how to proactively protect your systems, prevent cyber incidents and responsibly respond to a ransomware attack.
The CDC on Sept. 24 issued a recommendation for health care workers and frontline essential workers who are at increased risk of COVID-19 to receive the booster shot at least six months after receiving their first series of the Pfizer vaccine.
CDA members now have access to two credit cards that offer accelerated rewards plus bonus points through CDA’s newest Endorsed Service, the ADA Visa Credit Card program from U.S. Bank. The ADA Visa Credit Card program is the only endorsed credit card program for CDA members.
All health care providers, including dentists, will soon be required to comply with a new federal regulation that aims to enhance a patient’s right to access their health information. Under the new rule, patients will have greater and, at times, immediate access to health information.
Federal and state laws requiring employers to provide COVID-19 supplemental paid sick leave and voluntary sick leave tax credits are set to expire Sept. 30; however, several cities and counties in California implemented their own supplemental paid leave ordinances that include small-employer obligations.