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Why you need Long Term Care Insurance

As you build your financial portfolio both for your financial security now and in anticipation of enjoying a long retirement, you need to factor in the cost of care for when you need assistance in your home or become a resident of a nursing home or assisted living facility. The average length of stay at a nursing home is 2.4 years, which in Washington State could cost you over $200,000. You can designate money in your portfolio to cover the costs or you can purchase Long Term Care Insurance. Washington Dentists’ Insurance Agency can help you find an insurance policy that fits your needs.

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IT'S EASY BEING GREEN: An Interview With Stuart Silk Architects and George Constantine

For years, conservation and going green meant sharing an objectionable esthetic with tree huggers, Kalso Earth Shoes and the Cadillac Cimarron (anyone remember these? Parrish, you don’t count). And even some recent efforts seemed to have skipped the design phase entirely, with Kriston Capps noting in The American Prospect in 2009, “The field of architecture is experiencing a design crisis, with clients ranging from private owners to cities demanding that architects prioritize sustainability above all else — as if design itself were an obnoxious carbon-emitter.”

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The Pacific Northwest Dental Conference begins tomorrow and it’s not too late to register.  Just go here to register until midnight tonight (Wednesday, June 12) and skip the onsite registration lines. Otherwise, you'll still be able to register at the Hyatt Regency Bellevue, PNDC Headquarters.

Join us for exciting lectures, fascinating hands-on workshops, the scavenger hunt, the welcome reception and more!  This year, you can receive up to 16.5 CE hours, the most credit hours ever available at PNDC.  We hope to see you there!



DQAC Update 

Last Friday, the Dental Quality Assurance Commission (DQAC) held a public meeting to discuss ongoing business before the commission. Here are the highlights:

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