Email Scam Alert
CDA has been notified by other state dental associations of an email scam that is targeting their members. The email has the subject line “Terry Recovery,” includes an association logo, and appears to be coming from the association’s email domain. This email is a scam and should be deleted immediately.
Learn how to train and manage staff, prepare your practice and communicate with patients.
Useful flowchart to guide through process of reporting symptoms/positive test for COVID-19.
A flowchart to help employers determine their obligations to provide paid leave benefits to employees who may have been exposed or contracted COVID-19 in the dental office.
Customize this plan to demonstrate compliance with Cal/OSHA COVID-19 Prevention regulations
This eLearning module will educate dental practice staff on what steps to take when a patient or employee reports COVID-19 symptoms, exposure and test results.
California employers are legally required to notify employees of potential exposure to COVID-19 at the worksite. Follow these instructions for providing the notice and complying with reporting requirements if an outbreak occurs. Included is a “notice of exposure” template.
Employers may use this form to request an employee document recovery from COVID-19 and their ability to return to work.
In an effort to help halt the spread of COVID-19, California Public Health Officals announced June 18th guidance for the use of facemask, and that mask or face coverings will be mandatory statewide in most public settings.
The EEOC has prohibited employers from requiring employees to take a COVID-19 antibody test before returning to work.
With various forms of COVID-19 tests available, it is important to understand how each type works, what results can tell (or not tell) a provider and how reliable test results can be. It is important to note that testing can be a valuable tool to assist dentists to determine the COVID-19 status of patients, but due to current availability and reliability rates, the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) recommends that test results be used in conjunction with clinical evaluation and screening protocols to assess patient health.