Masks are still required in the dental office.
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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.
Along with the benefit of compliance with state regulations to prevent controlled-substance abuse, ePrescribing can improve clinical care and efficiency.
CDA’s newest Endorsed Services partner, Henry Schein One ePrescribe, provides CDA members an option for sending prescriptions electronically to retail and mail-order pharmacies.
No later than Jan. 1, 2022, dentists will be required by state law to issue electronic prescriptions for all medications, with very few exceptions. CDA members have a new option to assist their compliance with iCoreRx e-prescribing software from CDA’s Endorsed Services partner iCoreConnect.
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.
Member dentists can now benefit from certified coding, billing, eligibility verification and other support through CDA's newest Endorsed Service, Cosentus. Cosentus has been offering back-office administration services to dental and medical professionals for more than 25 years.
In an agreement announced today, CDA’s The Dentists Supply Company (TDSC) will join a new parent company, Henry Schein Inc., in late October. The newly formed company will continue its mission to serve state dental association members with an everyday low-price, online option for purchasing dental supplies via TDSC.com.
CDA is now offering members a more efficient way to submit and manage dental claims through its newest endorsed service, eAssist Dental Solutions.
Most dental facilities that have not already installed an amalgam separator to comply with an Environmental Protection Agency rule must do so by July 14. The EPA rule, published in June 2017, requires dental facilities to collect all waste amalgam.