The CDC has issued and updated specific guidance on the COVID-19/Coronavirus pandemic for health care professionals on its website (accessible here: CDC Coronavirus – Health Care Professionals) and has advised health care facilities and clinicians (including physicians and dentists) to “prioritize urgent and emergency visits and procedures now and for the coming several weeks.” (See: CDC Guidance for Health … Continue Reading
***UPDATE: Effective as of May 8, 2020, the PA DOH as issued revised Guidance permitting dental practices to resume non-urgent and elective care with limitations. See our post here.
Effective as of March 21, 2020, the PA DOH has issued guidance on what medical procedures are permitted in ASFs. The DOH also updated its order regarding dental procedures. This … Continue Reading
**For General Guidance on COVID-19 for Dental Practices, please see our post Coronavirus Resources for Physicians and Dentists.
Dentists should also be aware of the following guidance:
- State Governors have issued directions to all industries regarding the outbreak. Know what your Governor has said about dental practices (or health care practices in general).
- The CDC has now advised healthcare
With the recent outbreak of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and the significant governmental actions being taken at federal, state and local levels, physicians and dentists around the country are seeking guidance on how to continue to treat patients while ensuring that the health of their employees and patients is protected.
Whether your practice is open or temporarily closed, you may be … Continue Reading
Gov. Christie’s Administration recently proposed a regulation to curtail the prescription of unnecessary opioid painkillers. Christie, who serves as the Chairman of President Trump’s Commission on Combating Drug Addiction and the Opioid Crisis, expressed concern that treatment decisions of all prescribers (including physicians, dentists and advanced practice nurses) are being improperly influenced by pharmaceutical companies. According to Christie’s press release, … Continue Reading
Many of these cases have focused on travel, hospitality and financial services companies. However, there has been a micro trend of these … Continue Reading
So it’s stressful, expensive and the hours stink — accordingly to an article on Forbes.com, medicine is still a pretty good gig. In what will undoubtedly add fuel to the already raging debate over who is responsible for the high cost of health care, health care-related occupations fill the top 15 slots on Forbes’ list of the top 25 best paying … Continue Reading