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CDA’s dental benefits analyst says members most frequently contact her with questions about audits, collections and contract terminations. She and other Practice Support experts will teach several courses at CDA Presents in Anaheim and offer resources members can start utilizing now.
The May 2022 issue of the Journal of the CDA Journal features a toolkit with simple visuals and messages dental providers can use to talk with patients about reducing and eliminating sugar-sweetened beverage consumption.
Business experts vetted by CDA will be on hand to provide learning opportunities and answer your questions at CDA Presents Anaheim from May 12-14.
From managing patient records to practice transitions, CDA’s dedicated team of dental industry experts will be on hand to answer dentists’ top questions at CDA Presents Anaheim May 12-14.
CDA Presents The Art and Science of Dentistry is back in Anaheim May 12-14 with more than 200 in-person continuing education courses for dentists and their teams plus a sprawling exhibit hall offering opportunities to shop and save on the latest dental technology.
All businesses that are open to the public, including dental practices, should ensure their websites are accessible to people with disabilities as required by the Americans with Disabilities Act.
The April 2022 issue of the Journal of the California Dental Association discusses the need for a health care-public health partnership to improve the oral health of pregnant people and infants and children.
CDA’s pilot dental assisting training programs continue to be successful ― placing most of their participants in open dental positions in California. Now, the training programs, which teach participants the basic skills for a dental assisting career, are coming to two additional regions in the state.
The February 2022 issue of the Journal of the California Dental Association features articles on how dentistry has responded and adapted to the “new normal” of living and practicing with COVID-19, with the expectation that SARS-CoV-2 will eventually become endemic.