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Answers to members’ top questions about physical distancing, patient screening, the use of face coverings, and other COVID-19 prevention requirements.
Use this form to document an employee's request for accommodation from a mandatory vaccine for a medical exemption.
Dental plans conduct credentialing, which is the collection and verification of an applicant’s professional qualifications such as relevant training, licensure, certification, and/or registration to practice in a health care field and academic background, as well as an assessment of whether the practitioner meets certain criteria relating to professional competence and conduct.
Format and content, patient access to records and requests to amend, disclosure of information, data breach notification, retention and disposal, transferring records in a sale.
Understand the CA law that regulates what dentists can charge patients for procedures that the policy does not cover AB 2275.
Share issues and get support from expert analysts.
An overview of how to use the complete guide, what laws apply to dentistry and how they work, and what CDA's attorneys can do for you.
Consider this checklist a comprehensive overview of areas and tactics to consider when creating your practice’s external marketing plan.
Are you confident your patients understand the necessity of diagnostic X-rays? Here are some of the questions you may get from patients and guidance on how to best respond.
Whether you are transitioning from paper to electronic records or switching software, you will benefit from the information provided in these checklists.
Best practices for developing a job description outlining required qualifications, expectations and job duties for every employee. Includes sample descriptions for key positions in the dental practice.
Use this resource to help navigate and document the interactive process for reasonably accommodating an employee with a disability.
Studies show employee retention increases when employers invest in the initial first months of employment. Doing reviews at the first 30, 60, and 90 days of an employee's tenure with a practice is a great way to provide them with feedback on their performance, and it offers them the opportunity to tell you what is going well and where they need help. Use this form to conduct and document 30-60-90-day reviews with your new employee.
Dental practice owners should be aware and prepared for major changes to California’s Family Rights Act that go into effect Jan. 1, 2021.
FAQ on x-ray machine registration and inspections. This resource is part of the Regulatory Compliance Manual. Updated Nov 2018.
Q&A on state and federal DEA requirements for prescribing, dispensing and administering controlled substances and non-controlled substances. Includes prescription form requirements.
Screening patients and other visitors is an essential part of COVID-19 infection prevention. Dental practices must also perform screening in compliance with Cal/OSHA regulations.
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