Dental Practices

The NC State Board of Dental Examiners (“Dental Board”) recently disciplined a dentist in March 2022 for failing to adequately supervise her practice locations in North Carolina.  The dentist, who

Continue Reading North Carolina Dental Board Disciplines DSO-Affiliated Dentist for Failure to Adequately Supervise Practices

When hiring an associate dentist, it is critical for a dental practice to have a strong and clear employment agreement. 

While practices often understand the importance of engaging a lawyer

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This post is a courtesy of Fox Rothschild attorney Nathanael F. Williams, Esq., and was first published as an Alert on Fox’s website. 

Health care providers should take special
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Medical record requests by payors are commonplace for health care providers. Typically, these requests are received by a front desk employee who responds to the inquiry in short order.  Yet,
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The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is keenly aware of the need to protect employees of dental practices returning to work during the COVID-19 pandemic. 
Continue Reading OSHA Safety Considerations for Reopening Dental Practices during the COVID-19 Pandemic

In the midst of the COVID-19/Coronavirus Pandemic, cybercriminals are targeting healthcare organizations with phishing campaigns, ransomware, and other malicious acts that can adversely impact health information technology, medical response, and
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***UPDATE:  The PA DOH is now permitting dental practices to re-open for non-urgent or elective care.  Please see our post summarizing the guidance here:  PA Dental Practices Permitted to Re-Open
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