COVID-19 (coronavirus) Updates
PDAIS & TDIC are closely monitoring the outbreak of COVID-19 (coronavirus), and TDIC has gathered the latest information and tips in one place to help policyholders decrease their risks and protect their patients, staff and practice. Visit TDIC's site for up-to-date information and how to assess and manage the risk of potential exposure.
DENTAL PRACTICE RESOURCES
A message from Dr. Davidson, TDIC Board Chair -April 1, 2020
An update about how The Dentists Insurance Company is supporting and protecting their policyholders.
A new series of TDIC-sponsored financial health webinars featuring expert speakers will begin Tuesday, March 31. All webinars will be recorded and available for viewing at tdicinsurance.com. Registration is limited to the first 3,000 attendees.
Consent in the Era of COVID-19
Explore obtaining informed consent for treatment given the current risk of COVID-19 transmission.
Please note: This course contains California-specific information, however all policyholders and staff are eligible to watch the course for 1.5 CE credit units. This course does NOT qualify for the 5% premium discount on TDIC's Professional Liability policy.
State and Federal Advocacy on COVID-19 Issues
The COVID-19 pandemic has strained every aspect of modern life and is presenting unheard-of challenges to dentists and their teams. The panel will discuss ongoing efforts in Washington, DC and Sacramento to advocate for programs that can best bridge us through a perilous and uncertain time.
COVID-19 & Your Practice - Recent Updates and HR Guidance
This webinar, hosted by the California Dental Association, addressed the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on dental practices, including the implications of the federal relief bill, H.R. 6201.
Dental Practice Financial Management During COVID-19
This webinar reviewed the financial aspects of the recent legislation, known as CARES Act, and its implications for dental practices. This webinar also reviewed measures dental practice owners can take to keep practices viable until they are able to fully reopen.
Watch a webinar hosted by the California Dental Association from March 20 and get answers to FAQs posed by members related to managing their dental team during practice interruptions.
Communicating with Patients During COVID-19
This webinar, hosted by the California Dental Association, reviewed how to message that your business is closed and how to keep in touch with patients. The webinar discussed which marketing activities you can pause for now and which activities you should keep doing to create a new patient windfall when practices fully reopen.
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American Dental Association
The ADA is continually evaluating the situation and will update its recommendations on an ongoing basis as new information becomes available. Visit www.ADA.org/virus