Every quarter, CDA publishes a Practice Health Check that focuses on a different topic related to the business side of dentistry. CDA members are invited to take CDA's newest Practice Health Check, which focuses on employment practices.
Each month, CDA spotlights a student from one of California’s seven dental schools. CDA’s April Student Spotlight, Venus Oliva from Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry highlights her responsibility as the 2025 class president to bridge the gap between students and professors.
A new California law will help inform patients who use telehealth about their health plan coverage limitations and options so they can make informed choices about the care they receive. It takes effect in January 2023.
Your choice of an insurance carrier isn’t one to be taken lightly. As a dentist, you’re seeking a long-term relationship that keeps pace with changes in your life, practice and profession. Here are three factors for consideration: good recommendations, an A rating and a solid reputation.
Reduce practice costs with effective inventory control. Best practices for inventory control include creating a shopping list, reducing redundancy, setting a supply budget and assigning specific inventory roles and responsibilities.
CDA encourages dentists to take steps to determine if a patient portal is right for their practice. Consider the needs of your staff and patients before investing in portal software.
Whether you’re considering purchasing or starting a dental practice, hiring an associate, bringing on a partner or selling your practice, knowing which steps to take will help ensure a smooth transition. Read this Q&A with the experts and learn more at an upcoming workshop.
CDA’s legislative and budget advocacy agenda for 2022 is focused on two key areas: addressing dental workforce shortages that have been exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic and expanding access to dental care for vulnerable populations.
CDA and The Dentists Insurance Company would like to notify our members and policyholders that cybersecurity experts are warning the private sector of an uptick in cyberattacks as the U.S. and other countries impose sanctions and other penalties on Russia in response to its invasion of Ukraine.