The Dental Compliance Institute Proudly presents
2022 State of Compliance Address for Dentistry
If compliance were a bell curve, where would you be? Is “good enough” actually good enough considering the rapidly changing regulatory and dental landscape?
Join the Dental Compliance Institute (DCI) as we explore the State of Compliance for Dentistry. Perhaps 2022 is the year to level up your regulatory expertise and achieve a compliance ready status.
March 23, 2022
7:00 p.m. -8:30 p.m. ET
Registration is free. Reserve your seat early!
1.5 CE credit provided
by co-sponsor the Linda Harvey Group
Zoom link will be sent after you RSVP.
Richard Hadden, CSP
Author and Speaker
Recruiting and Retaining Top Talent in the New World of Work
No one has to tell you how tough it is to find and keep staff these days. While the fundamentals of recruiting and retention haven’t changed, the context in which we practice those fundamentals has changed irreversibly by the events of the last two years. Richard Hadden has studied the workforce for more than 20 years and spoken to and advised hundreds of employers on the subject.
This session offers timely tips on where to look, how to “sell” your practice or organization to prospective employees, and how to build a culture that keeps people on your team for years to come.
Dilaine Gloege, CDA, CPC
Tidewater Consulting Services
Charting for Compliance and Specificity
Our documentation often lacks the specificity required to prove medical necessity. Failure to document accurately can be problematic resulting in compliance audits by payers or an investigation by any government agency. In this course, we will discuss the pitfalls of documentation, who can be held accountable, and who can investigate.
We all have savvy patients in our practice. The Savvy Patient™ can and will complain. Have you encountered the Savvy Patient™? If not, you will at some point in your practice. Join us to discover what these patients are up to.
Linda Harvey, RDH, MS, HRM
Dental Compliance Institute
Staying Ahead of the Regulatory Curve
No doubt maintaining optimal compliance the past several years has been challenging to say the least. Yet, as we bounce forward toward the future, remaining “regulation-proof” is critical. After all, complaints, fines, and penalties have not decreased throughout the pandemic.
Similar to 2021, this year also started off with new a new federal regulation. Looking ahead, we can expect additional new as well as updated regulations also impacting dentistry. This session discusses incorporating a forward-looking focus into your culture of safety and compliance. Stay ahead of the regulatory curve and safeguard your practice or organization.
Sherrie Busby, EDDA, CDSO
Scaling up Your Culture of Compliance
Do you have what it takes to ensure your practices can stand up to the scrutiny of a regulatory inspection? Compliance management and scalability can be a slippery slope and it takes an “all swim mentality” to have a successful program.
As more dentists are choosing to become members of multi-provider practices, groups with multiple offices, or supported by a dental service organization, a culture of compliance and the scalability of your program are most often difficult to maintain. Join us as we discuss ways help your teams work safer and minimize compliance concerns through communication and accountability.
The Dental Compliance Institute Hosts Dentistry’s First Annual Virtual State of Compliance Address
Jacksonville, FL – March 9, 2022 – The Dental Compliance Institute (DCI), a leading provider of training and certification programs designed to help dental professionals achieve full compliance of HIPAA and OSHA regulations and to also learn the essentials of patient risk management, will be hosting its first annual State of Compliance Address. The free, virtual event will take place on Wednesday, March 23rd from 7:00 – 8:30 PM EST, and will also provide 1.5 CEUs.
“If regulatory compliance was on a bell curve, where would your practice be?” asked DCI founder Linda Harvey, RDH, MS HRM. “What’s more, in this rapidly-changing regulatory landscape, what you consider to be good enough, most likely isn’t.”
The State of Compliance Address was designed to help private dental practice owners and DSOs determine their level of regulatory compliance readiness and what they need to do to avoid penalties and fines and features the following panel of experts:
- Linda Harvey, RDH, MS, HRM | Dental Compliance Institute – “Staying Ahead of the Regulatory Curve.
- Dilaine Gloege, CDA, CPC | Tidewater Consulting Services – “Charting for Compliance and Specificity.”
- Sherrie Busby, EDDA, CDSO | Heartland Dental – “Scaling Up Your Culture of Compliance.”
- Richard Hadden, CSP | Author and Speaker – “Recruiting and Retaining Top Talent in the New World of Work.”
The State of Compliance Address is relevant to private owners, DSO executives, and designated regulatory compliance managers working in private, corporate, and nonprofit dental settings. To register, visit:<Need Landing Page Link>
About the Dental Compliance Institute:
Founded in 2014 by and based in Jacksonville, Florida, the mission of the DCI has been to provide dental professionals, including dentists, hygienists, dental assistants, and office managers with the comprehensive, up to date train-the-trainer compliance training and certification regarding OSHA, HIPAA, and dental risk management. For more information, visit www.DentalComplianceInstitute.com