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HIPAA Compliance Made Easy for Dentistry

This course is designed for all members of the dental team, and will educate participants on the proper training requirements to maintain HIPAA compliance in their facilities. 

Topics include:

  • Electronics Transactions Standard
  • Privacy Rule
  • Security Rule
  • Breach Notification Rule
  • Enforcement Rule
  • Omnibus Rule
  • HITECH Amendment
  • Hardware/software components
  • Enforcement and penalties
  • Inspections

Participants will also learn about the use of consent forms, authorization forms, business associate agreements and will understand how to perform a needs assessment/gap analysis for their facility. Additionally, this course fulfills HIPAA training requirements. 

Thurs. July 23rd, 11am ET | $30 Registration | 2 CE Credits

Human Trafficking Awareness, Domestic Violence, Abuse and Neglect for Healthcare Professionals

There are currently 21 million adults and children being trafficked throughout the world, and may be encountered anywhere. With this foundational course, healthcare providers will learn about the current state of human trafficking - understanding where and why it occurs, how to identify victims and the proper way to intervene on their behalf.

Following this session, participants will be able to:

  • Improve awareness and knowledge on the issue of human trafficking
  • Defining the types of human trafficking, its venues and who it affects
  • Recognize the warning signs of trafficking
  • Identify techniques for screening and identification of human trafficking
  • Identify resources for health care personnel to report trafficking and provide support to suspected victims

The course is eligible to fulfill training requirements in states that mandate it. 

Thurs. August 6th, 11am EST | $30 Registration | 2 CE Credits

Pain Management in Dentistry: Strategies for Dentists and Hygienists

This course is designed to educate dentists and dental hygienists on current principles and techniques for the management of pain. Topics covered include:

  • Definition of pain
  • Types of pain
  • Physiology of pain 
  • Oral facial pain disorders
  • Drugs used to manage pain
  • Pain management techniques
    • Local anesthetics
    • Trigger point injections
    • Oral appliances
    • Non-traditional techniques 
  • Opioid awareness and the opioid crisis
  • Post-operative pain strategies
  • Tools to control fear and anxiety
  • Ergonomics
  • New products to manage pain and sensitivity

All participants will receive a workbook to be used during this course and that may be referenced at any time. The course is eligible to fulfill training requirements in states that mandate it. 

Thurs. August 27th, 11am EST | $45 Registration | 3 CE Credits

OSHA and Infection Control Made Easy for Dentistry

This course helps fulfill the requirements set by OSHA requiring annual retraining sessions for all employees. Participants will be updated on the latest from OSHA, including the Globally Harmonized System (GHS) for Hazard Communication and the Bloodborne Disease Pathogens Standard. The course also covers the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Infection Control Guidelines for Dentistry.

Other topics covered include Subparts of the OSH Act that apply to dentistry including;

  • Means of egress
  • Ionizing radiation
  • Electrical safety
  • Fire safety and first aid
  • Hazardous materials
  • Ventilation
  • Recordkeeping

Participants will also review proper protocols for an OSHA inspection of your office and how to assure key staff members can assist you in achieving full compliance. 

Date TBD | $45 Registration | 3 CE Credits

Sexual Harassment in the Healthcare Workplace

Sexual harassment has become a prominent topic of discussion. It is found in all industries with the healthcare industry being no exception. All members in a facility should understand how to identify and react to workplace sexual harassment. 

Following the training, attendees will be able to:

  • Define and recognize sexual harassment
  • Understand how to address abusive and unlawful harassment/conduct in the workplace
  • Recognize various legal remedies available for victims of harassment 
  • Establish strategies for prevention and response to harassment
  • Identify policies and documentation required for compliance
  • Understand their role in preventing sexual harassment and that of their supervisors

Date TBD | $30 Registration | 2 CE Credits

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