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DOES NOT QUALIFY FOR RM DISCOUNT Fear and anxiety over dental treatment is a reality for many patients. This seminar provides tips on how to address these emotions and how to establish a doctor-patient relationship built on trust and confidence. CREATED: 7/1/2014 REVISED: 7/1/2019


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QUALIFIES FOR THE DISCOUNT This new course is designed to teach dentists how to spot issues that arise during treatment, which could lead to complaints, claims, or lawsuits. The ability to identify the warning signs of a potential problem patient or adverse treatment outcome is a valuable tool to reduce, mitigate, or even eliminate potential claims against a dental practice. Not every patient who experiences an adverse treatment outcome will file a lawsuit, and not every lawsuit can be anticipated or avoided. However, understanding the role of good communication, documentation, patient selection, and case management can lessen your risk.


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DOES NOT QUALIFY FOR THE DISCOUNT Changing employment laws and a litigation-conscious public mean employees are more prepared than ever to take legal action if they feel their employer breached their rights. This seminar provides information on how dentists can avoid liability and prevent claims. CREATED: 7/1/2016 REVISED: 7/1/2019


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DOES NOT QUALIFY FOR RM DISCOUNT Thorough recordkeeping is an important tool in delivering consistent patient care. This seminar provides the tools needed to create and maintain detailed records in order to keep patients safe and avoid risk. CREATED: 7/1/2006 REVISED: 7/1/2019


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DOES NOT QUALIFY FOR RM DISCOUNT Miscommunication between staff or patients can lead to potential claims. This seminar provides practical methods to help dentists improve their patient and staff interactions, thus avoiding or mitigating risk. CREATED: 7/1/2008 REVISED: 7/1/2019


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DOES NOT QUALIFY FOR THE DISCOUNT TDIC identifies nerve injury claims resulting from extraction, endodontic treatment, implant placement and other invasive procedures as rating among the highest in severity and frequency. However, a complaint of paresthesia does not by itself indicate negligent treatment. Miscommunication, unexpected outcomes, failure to fully inform and insufficient documentation can all lead to unfavorable situations. CREATED: 7/1/2018 REVISED: 7/1/2019


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