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Regulatory Compliance Manual
This manual provides sample written plans and forms to assist a dental practice in Cal/OSHA compliance. It also has information on waste management.

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CURES and Opioid Pain Management
CDA continues to promote best practices and compliance with state and federal laws regarding opioid pain management.

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Regulatory Compliance News

DEA sending registration renewal notices by email only DEA sending registration renewal notices by email only

Dentists registered with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration should be aware that the DEA is no longer sending renewal notices by U.S. Postal Service as of last June. Instead, registrants will receive several renewal notifications by email. 

Waiver allows California dentists with recently expired or inactive licenses to administer, order COVID-19 vaccines Waiver allows California dentists with recently expired or inactive licenses to administer, order COVID-19 vaccines

The Department of Consumer Affairs on March 30 issued two waivers that expand COVID-19 vaccinator eligibility to include California-licensed dentists and other health care providers with recently expired, inactive or lapsed licenses and health care students, including dental students.

California’s new COVID-19 paid sick leave law expands eligibility for covered employers, employees California’s new COVID-19 paid sick leave law expands eligibility for covered employers, employees

New federal and state paid sick leave laws related to COVID-19 that were recently passed affect small businesses, including some dental practices. Here’s what practice owners need to know about national and statewide paid sick leave laws and how they apply to their dental office.