Members benefit from new services added to CDA Endorsed Programs

Three new businesses — CommonBond, HR for Health and WEO Media — have been added to the lineup of CDA Endorsed Programs that have been thoroughly researched, vetted and approved by CDA.

Endorsed Programs is a membership benefit that delivers great value to CDA members by bringing them the lowest prices on products and services that their practices need from vendors they can trust.

CommonBond offers a student loan refinancing program that helps students save money on student debt over time by trading in existing high-interest loans for a single loan with a new interest rate, best-in-class borrower protections and award-winning customer service. CommonBond has a simple application plus special interest-rate discounts and cash bonuses just for CDA members.

With a customizable platform, HR for Health provides dentists the tools they need to optimize the performance of their practices and approach compliance and performance management with confidence. HR for Health’s support team advises dentists who are facing complex employment issues and helps them create sound processes. Additionally, CDA members receive a free HR risk assessment and a 50% discount on start-up fees.

WEO Media’s expert consulting and broad range of marketing services help dentists manage the reputation of their practices and grow and maintain their patient base. As an Endorsed Program, WEO Media offers CDA members free marketing assessments and discounted start-up costs.

Common Bond, HR for Health and WEO Media join an already impressive roster of Endorsed Programs, which also includes the following businesses and services.

Bank of America – This program offers financial services that are specially designed to help dentists improve their cash flow and facilitate growth in their practices. Services include solutions for dental equipment and office start-up, debt consolidation and loans for real estate and practice acquisition and expansion. CDA members receive up to 50% off loan administration fees.

CareCredit – Dentists who accept the CareCredit health care credit card make it easier for patients to accept treatment when an out-of-pocket investment is necessary. Accepting CareCredit can also help dentists connect to new patients who want to finance treatment. This program offers CDA members a special rate to get started offering health care credit cards to patients.

PureLife – To help members comply with a ruling by the EPA that requires most dental practices to control amalgam waste through the use of ISO-certified amalgam separators by July 14, 2020, CDA negotiated an exclusive price with PureLife to offer the ECO II amalgam separator, which retails for $499, to members for just $99 with a discounted one-year replacement cartridge and disposal service agreement. Members also save 20% or more on services to recycle amalgam scrap that isn’t collected in the separator waste stream.

Staples – CDA members save on office supplies purchased through the Staples Business Advantage Program with special pricing on janitorial and breakroom supplies, technology, furniture, custom printing, promotional products and more. Plus, one-day delivery is free on most online orders.

Members can get more information about six of these Endorsed Programs at CDA Presents The Art and Science of Dentistry in Anaheim May 16-18, where representatives from Bank of America, CareCredit, CommonBond, HR for Health, PureLife and WEO Media will join more than 550 other exhibitors at the nation’s premier dental convention.

Learn more about CDA Endorsed Programs.

CDA members attending CDA Presents in Anaheim May 16-18 can learn more about the following Endorsed Programs at their booths in the Exhibit Hall:

Bank of America – Booth 709
CareCredit – Booths 703, 704
CommonBond – Booth 606
HR for Health – Booth 821
PureLife – Booth 801
WEO Media – Booth 700

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CDA is pleased to announce CommonBond as a CDA Endorsed Program that offers competitive student loan refinancing as a new member benefit. Student loan debt is one of the largest financial hurdles a dentist may face. The average educational debt for all indebted graduates in the class of 2018 for U.S. public and private dental schools was $251,869 and $326,133, respectively.