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Upcoming webinar to help dentists navigate regulatory environment

August 30, 2017 The regulatory environment is full of ever-changing regulations that can make it difficult for dentists to ensure they're up-to-date on, and in compliance with, the many regulations that need to be followed in the practice.

To make it easier for dentists to become more knowledgeable about certain key federal regulations, the ADA Council on Dental Practice is sponsoring a webinar — Regulatory Compliance Got You Down? Turn Your Practice Around — scheduled for Sept. 28, from noon-1 p.m. Central Daylight Time. Register for the webinar here.

The webinar is a companion to the council's latest practice management resource, the ADA Guidelines for Practice Success module on Managing the Regulatory Environment, which is available free online to members at ADA.org/gps.

This webinar will feature many need-to-know requirements from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act plus the latest guidelines on infection prevention and control.

The presenter is Olivia Wann, managing member-owner of Modern Practice Solutions, which provides professional compliance training and consulting services for dental practices. Ms. Wann was one of the content authorities who participated in the development of the content for the Guidelines for Practice Success module. In addition to being an attorney, Ms. Wann has worked as a registered dental assistant and dental office manager.

Additional online resources available through the Guidelines for Practice Success series include modules on Managing Marketing, Managing the Dental Team, Managing Patients and Managing Finances. Each resource is available free online to members by searching ADA.org/GPS, and print editions may be ordered through the ADA Catalog.

Participants will earn one hour of continuing education credit for the program.