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Keep ahead of the compliance process with our customizable Regulatory Compliance Manual. Plus, learn about CURES and opioid pain management, review upcoming regulation deadlines and check your practice’s compliance.
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January 1, 2019: Update standard mileage reimbursement rate for 2019 (released by Internal Revenue Service)

Update standard mileage reimbursement rate for 2019 (released by Internal Revenue Service)

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See the IRS’s press release. For business expense reimbursement, the 2019 rate is $0.58 per mile. That’s up $0.035 from last year. California employers need to reimburse such common expenses as work-related travel, dining expenses and mileage when an employee uses a personal car for work-related business. However, employees who can prove they spend more than $0.58 per mile to operate their personal vehicles for business use may be entitled to reimbursement of the actual expense. It’s up to the employees to prove their expenses, however.

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

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

Image of wood blocks with the words: Rules, Law, Standards, Polices, Regulations. Dentists: Are you in compliance with current regulations and aware of upcoming deadlines?

CDA members can rely on CDA Practice Support’s “Are You In Compliance?” webpage for details about current and future laws and regulations that apply to dental practices. Entries span all areas of dental practice, from employment practices to general business.

Image includes a sign that reads: OSHA, Occupational Safety and Health Administration Federal OSHA's rule requiring COVID-19 vaccination or testing for large employers delayed

Citing the need for further review, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit on Nov. 12 granted a motion to suspend federal OSHA’s COVID-19 Vaccination and Testing Emergency Temporary Standard that was due to take effect Jan. 4.

Federal rules require COVID-19 vaccination for more workers by Jan. 4 with no testing option for health care workers in Medicare and Medicaid facilities

Two new federal rules require more U.S. workers to be vaccinated against COVID-19 by Jan. 4. The rules support President Biden's pandemic plan and apply to workers at medium and large companies and to workers in certain health care settings that receive Medicare and Medicaid funding.