What dentists can learn from CEOs about team building
January 23, 2015 -- In the latest excerpt from his book What Dentists Can Learn From Top CEOs, Dr. Roger P. Levin explains why dentists should think about being team builders and how it will help the success of their practice.
Intraoperative CT fine-tunes maxillofacial surgery
January 23, 2015 -- Maxillofacial surgeons who used CT intraoperatively on their trauma patients found that imaging and review can be performed quickly, perfecting the trauma surgeon's work while there's still time to make revisions, according to an article published this month in JAMA Facial Plastic Surgery.
ADA files amicus brief in Supreme Court's Medicaid reimbursement case
January 22, 2015 -- The ADA and other health professional associations have filed a friend-of-the-court, or amicus, brief with the U.S. Supreme Court regarding an upcoming case that asserts the right to sue the government to enforce federal Medicaid law in the states.
Study: Heavy smokers should be checked for head/neck cancer
January 22, 2015 -- In addition to being screened for lung cancer, heavy smokers should also be checked for head and neck cancer to improve early detection and survival, according to a new study by University of Pittsburgh researchers in the journal Cancer.
Benefits of laser oral surgery for your practice and patients
January 21, 2015 -- In this Second Opinion, periodontist Dr. Cyril Evian advocates for the use of lasers in dentistry. He details the advantages of using a laser in your practice, including an expanded clientele, less patient anxiety, and more productive time.
Analysis: Widespread cancer screening does little to prevent deaths
January 21, 2015 -- Screening for diseases that can lead to death typically does not prolong life substantially, according to a controversial new meta-analysis in the International Journal of Epidemiology. A few screening tests may avert some deaths, but even then it is difficult to document an improvement in overall survival, the researchers found.
EHR implementation, adoption still face challenges: Part 1
January 20, 2015 -- For a well-intentioned idea born more than a decade ago, establishing electronic health records (EHRs) has run into a surprising number of obstacles. In the first part of a two-part series, MacPractice CEO Mark Hollis reviews the relevance and benefits of EHRs for dentists.
Many kids in England need hospital care for early childhood caries
January 20, 2015 -- Nearly a third of 5-year-old children in England have caries, and it is the main reason why many young children are hospitalized, according to a new report by the Royal College of Surgeons' Faculty of Dental Surgery.
Coding for patients with limited areas requiring scaling and root planing
January 19, 2015 -- Insurance expert Dr. Doyle Williams is back to help you with your coding dilemmas. In this column, he writes about coding for patients who need limited scaling and root planing but who have otherwise healthy mouths.
Dos and don'ts for internal marketing: Ask patients for testimonials
January 19, 2015 -- Your most enthusiastic patients may tell everyone they know what a great dentist you are, but there's a limit to how many people will get this message. By collecting written testimonials from happy patients and including them in your print materials and on your website, you'll be able to spread the good word, according to Dr. Roger P. Levin.
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