Masks are still required in the dental office.
Get resources to help your office communicate mask requirements.
There are many options to choose from, and when researching which options your practice will offer, you will likely come across practice owners who have had much success with certain methods and others who have had negative experiences with the same systems.
Information regarding the requirements to comply with the No Surprises Act which became effective January 1st, 2022. The No Surprises Act is an effort to protect individuals and provide transparency related to health care costs. Instructions as well as samples of the required notification and the Good Faith Estimate are included.
Summary of records release rules with customizable sample form. Patients have the right to access their record and can request paper, film or electronic copies.
Format and content, patient access to records and requests to amend, disclosure of information, data breach notification, retention and disposal, transferring records in a sale.
Understand how a patient portal can assist your practice with patient communication, record-keeping and overall office efficiency with this resource. Use our checklist to evaluate your practice’s need for a patient portal and valuable features to consider before implementation.
Sample form to request a consultation with a patient’s physician which may be necessary particularly for patients who have chronic conditions.
Questions and answers from the American Academy on Pediatrics on masks for children during COVID-19.
This form allows for a non-legal guardian to consent to a minor patient’s treatment. It must be signed by a parent or legal guardian.
Are you confident your patients understand the necessity of diagnostic X-rays? Here are some of the questions you may get from patients and guidance on how to best respond.