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As technology advances and government regulations continue to encourage, or even push, the use of electronic health records, electronic forms are becoming standard in dental and medical practices.

St. Louis—For the third year, selected Give Kids A Smile "ambassadors" from across the U.S. gathered in the city where it all began to develop their own customized roadmap to enhancing and/or expanding their GKAS programs.

Atlanta—A Centers for Disease Control and Prevention webcast Dec. 17 will focus on community water fluoridation.

You may have questions about the Affordable Care Act and what it means for dentists.

Washington—The business of dentistry has changed since the profession's five-year policy standoff with the Internal Revenue Service over dentists' use of the cash-based accounting method for tax purposes.

Phoenix—The Give Kids A Smile/NASCAR education and treatment event Nov. 7 at the new Arizona Community Dental Clinic—Dental Urgent Care Clinic gave Arizona dentists a chance to showcase their full throttle dedication to providing dental care to the growing number of Phoenix citizens in need.

Ivoclar Vivadent AG has announced plans to donate $200,000 for disaster relief in the Philippines after massive destruction wrought by Typhoon Haiyan.

Washington—The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services is conducting Sunshine Act webinars Nov. 19-20 to introduce features of the searchable public website "Open Payments" currently in development.

New Orleans—Call it the "rule of three" or the "power of three," it is a combination familiar from childhood that ultimately permeates our lives.

Dr. Michael Glick, editor of The Journal of the American Dental Association, delivered the inaugural lecture named for infection control pioneer James J. Crawford, Ph.D., and received a special award, also named for Dr. Crawford.

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