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Addressing Risks Associated With Telehealth
Key strategies Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons (OMS) can use to identify safety and liability issues with telehealth and proactively implement safeguards.
Transfer of Patient Records When Selling or Closing an OMS Practice
How proper planning can help OMS practices comply with HIPAA requirements and other regulations when selling or closing a practice.
3 Tips for Managing Emergencies in Your Practice
Robert A. Strauss, DDS, MD, FACS
An emergency is defined as “a serious unexpected and often dangerous situation requiring immediate reaction.” It’s also an event that strikes fear, or at least should strike fear, into the heart of any practitioner.
Managing Negative Online Reviews From Patients
Developing a strategy for interacting with patients online, including responding to both positive and negative online reviews.
Learn how to navigate situations in your practice with these real-life case studies.
- Traveling OMS’s Failure to Follow-Up on Oral Lesions Leads to Lawsuit
- Time Limitations are Lengthened for Children … and that has Consequences
- Are You Covered For Malpractice After Leaving an Oral Surgery Practice?
- CBCT scans contain findings well beyond dentistry
- Who’s in Charge Here? Lawsuit After Receptionist Gives Dental Advice
- Protected: Patients Are Entitled to Choose Their Treatment … Within Reason
Get tips to help you and your practice manage risk with our clinical articles.
Risk Associated With Cosmetic Procedures
Decreasing Risks in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Collaborating With Staff to Improve Patient Safety, Adherence, and Satisfaction
Communicating Effectively With Patients Who Have Limited English Proficiency
Managing Nonadherent and Difficult Patients
Addressing Parent Accountability with Pediatric Patients
Twelve Strategies for Improving Communication and Patient Care
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Continuing Education Opportunities
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Informed Consent Samples
Our sample forms can help you and your practice with informed consent — a key part of the provider/patient conversation prior to any treatment.
Exposure of Teeth
Oral Surgery (General)
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