09/14/2016

'Are You in Compliance?' Use new resource to track key dates


Now, in one handy place, CDA members can find the details, deadlines and resources they need to ensure their dental practice is in compliance with upcoming laws and regulations.

On the main Practice Support webpage, the new "Are You in Compliance" section lists laws and regulations, organized by date and year (with the earliest compliance deadline listed first), that dental practices will need to comply with. Each listing includes a brief description of the law or regulation along with links to relevant Practice Support resources, such as templates and sample documents. The listings will also include links to CDA Update articles and external sources to help members understand the importance of the regulation and what is required of the practice to be in compliance, including any required postings or notices.

"Are You in Compliance" will be updated and maintained regularly. Currently, laws and regulations that take effect through 2017 are listed.



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