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    ODA Task Force on the Future of Dentistry provides recommendations on handling changing environment

    by ODA Staff
    8/11/2015
    ODA Today

    The 2014 ODA House of Delegates passed a resolution creating the ODA Task Force on the Future of Dentistry in Ohio to review the ADA environmental scan and study trends in dentistry plus identify areas where organized dentistry can take action.

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    ODA Annual Session a great place for teams to learn, shop, have fun

    by Jackie Best - Managing Editor
    8/11/2015
    ODA Today

    For many dental offices, the Ohio Dental Association Annual Session is more than just a CE meeting - it's a time where teams can get together outside of the office, learn about new techniques and products, plus spend some quality time together having fun.

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    Gov. Kasich vetoes dental Medicaid pilot project, access to dental care initiative

    by ODA Staff
    7/8/2015
    ODA Today

    On June 30, Gov. John Kasich signed the state budget bill into law for fiscal years 2016-17. He exercised his line item veto authority on 44 items in the state budget, including two significant access to dental care provisions.

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    Dentists who prescribe part D covered drugs to Medicare patients need to take action

    by Christopher Moore, MA - ODA Director of Dental Services
    6/2/2015
    generationD

    All eligible professionals (including dentists) who prescribe part D covered drugs must either enroll in Medicare, register as an ordering/referring provider or opt out of Medicare by June 1, 2016.

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  • Electing our national leaders in dentistry

    by David J. Owsiany, JD - ODA Executive Director
    8/11/2015
    ODA Today

    This is an important time for dentistry. The ADA's recent environmental scan provides a deep examination of various issues facing the dental profession, including trends in dental care utilization and expenditures, changes in population demographics, rising dental student loan debt, increases in dental school capacity, and changes in dental care delivery models, patient expectations and patient f

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  • Treating patients who refuse radiographs

    by Nathan E. DeLong, Esq. - ODA Director of Legal & Legislative Services
    8/11/2015
    ODA Today

    Dental radiographs provide information critical to the identification and treatment of oral health problems.

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  • Dentists victimized by dental insurance fraud

    by Christopher Moore, MA - ODA Director of Dental Services
    8/11/2015
    ODA Today

    Whenever the talk goes to insurance fraud people invariably think of the dentist as the perpetrator of the offense. Dentists themselves often think the same way and many times fail to recognize that fraudulent activity does not have to be limited to the practitioner and many times involves dental office staff and/or patients.

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  • Q and A with Dr. Mark Bronson

    by Dr. Mark Bronson - 7th District Trustee Candidate
    8/11/2015
    ODA Today

    Question and Answer with the 7th District Trustee Candidates

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  • Q and A with Dr. Henry Fields

    by Dr. Henry Fields - 7th District Trustee Candidate
    8/11/2015
    ODA Today

    Question and Answer with the 7th District Trustee Candidates

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  • Q and A with Dr. Kim Gardner

    by Dr. Kim Gardner - 7th District Trustee Candidate
    8/11/2015
    ODA Today

    Question and Answer with the 7th District Trustee Candidates

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The views expressed in the monthly columns of the “ODA Today” are solely those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the view of the Ohio Dental Association (ODA). The columns are intended to offer opinions, information and general guidance and should not be construed as legal advice or as an endorsement by the ODA. Dentists should always seek the advice of their own legal counsel regarding specific circumstances.