Masking requirement continues in California health care settings.
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CDA is now offering members a more efficient way to submit and manage dental claims through its newest endorsed service, eAssist Dental Solutions.
The following tips can help you reduce stress and maintain a healthy team dynamic.
Get to know CDA’s August Student Spotlight, Masooma Rizvi from UCLA School of Dentistry class of 2021.
Now that most schools will remain closed longer than expected, many businesses are unsure of their options for employees or the legal implications that accompany them.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Aug. 4 updated its guidance for dental settings during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Every dental practice, whether it is required to install an amalgam separator to comply with the Environmental Protection Agency rule, must complete and submit a one-time compliance report to the local sanitation agency or the California State Water Resources Control Board.
The Drug Enforcement Administration in a July 29 press release warns registered practitioners that scammers are posing as DEA employees in telephone calls in an attempt to defraud and extort victims. According to the DEA, the scammers are calling from spoofed DEA phone numbers.
Navigating the challenges of providing dental care in the COVID era is a team effort that is easiest to achieve when employees find their jobs rewarding and are motivated to succeed.
The Drug Enforcement Administration’s registration fee for prescribers will increase from $731 to $888 for a three-year period, according to the final rule published in the Federal Register last week.
California dentists are required to have a DEA registration if they prescribe, administer or dispense any controlled substances.