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The December 2022 issue of the Journal of the California Dental Association explores how CDA’s decades-long advocacy yielded targeted investments to improve dental pipeline opportunities and improve access to care for vulnerable populations.
CDA is asking the California Department of Managed Health Care to review the soundness of Delta Dental of California’s proposed rate reductions due to take effect Jan. 1 for participating Premier and PPO providers.
The Dentists Insurance Company (TDIC) has noted an increase in calls to its Risk Management Advice Line from dentists who are facing AwDA digital accessibility lawsuits. Read more about the law and reasonable accessibility as well as the risks of noncompliance and benefits of compliance.
Each month, CDA spotlights a student from one of California’s seven dental schools. Get to know Yao Ching “Albert” Hsieh of UCSF School of Dentistry class of 2024.
The Specialty Dental Clinic Grant Program, made possible through a $50 million state budgetary investment led by CDA and supported by a coalition of providers, dental schools, disability rights organizations and consumer advocates, is estimated to begin accepting applications by summer 2023.
With easy online renewal, you have ongoing access to benefits from ADA, CDA and your local dental society. Keep connected to the programs you value by updating your profile, preferences and payments and renewing today. Then, explore all the programs and resources designed just for members.
Health experts are urging people to get the COVID-19 bivalent booster and a flu shot this season to protect themselves as well as people who are more vulnerable. Some local health departments mandate flu vaccination for health care workers, including dentists and dental staff.
The dental initiatives of California’s transformative Medi-Cal proposal, CalAIM, have added to the significant gains made by the Medi-Cal Dental Program, which is designed to serve more than 14.7 million eligible Californians. Read about six major changes that are working for dentists and patients.
Most employees in California, including dental professionals, will gain legal protections from retaliatory actions by employers during emergency situations when a state law takes effect Jan. 1, 2023.