As a young dentist, time may be one of the things you don’t have enough of — between starting a family, trying to buy a practice and grow your career, and developing personal and professional relationships within organized dentistry.
Tuesday evening Governor Inslee signed the 2015-2017 biennial budget into law.
The Washington State Department of Health and the Dental Quality Assurance Commission are currently in the process of reviewing proposed rule modifications related to the delegation and prohibition of duties by dental assistants and expanded function dental auxiliaries.
The number of patients affected by medical identity theft increased nearly 22 percent in just the last year, according to a study released in February 2015.
These days, a lot of banks seem to want your business, but very few really understand the vagaries of the dental industry.
As most of us know, the rules about life in Washington change from time to time. The avenues for change can come from many different directions.
WSDA’s endorsed provider of Practice Management, Miles Global, will be offering a two day Office Administrator Work Shop.
After receiving over 300 complaints concerning consumers’ experiences at Aspen Dental offices, the Attorney General’s Health Care Bureau launched an investigation into the company.
Each year the Washington Oral Health Foundation has a Wall of Wine at the PNDC to raise money for educational programing and supplies used across the state.