Risk Management

  • Using Electronic Communication with Dental Patients

    posted by Kathy Everitt on Wednesday, July 31st, 2019

    Using Electronic Communication with Dental Patients
    When it comes to using electronic communication with dental patients such as text and email, what is appropriate? What should you consider?

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  • Can Your Receptionist Increase the Risk of a Malpractice Incident?

    posted by Kathy Everitt on Saturday, July 27th, 2019

    Can Your Receptionist Increase the Risk of a Malpractice Incident?
    Your front desk staff person is a key point of contact that patients, family members and caregivers have with your practice. What risk, if any, does this position pose to a malpractice incident?

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  • How Can You Protect Yourself on Social Media?

    posted by Kathy Everitt on Wednesday, June 26th, 2019

    How Can You Protect Yourself on Social Media?
    Your patient wants to connect with you on social media. What should you do? Allowing them to know a little about your personal life is not a bad thing, as it helps you develop a connection with your patients. However, the best place to do this is on your website, where you can control the information being published, such as your education, hobbies, family, etc.

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  • Risk Management Resources and Webinars for Dentists

    posted by Mike Whitmer on Saturday, June 22nd, 2019

    Risk Management Resources and Webinars for Dentists
    At Professional Solutions, our goal is to provide our dental policyholders with the knowledge, skills and tools to enhance productivity, improve patient safety, reduce practice risks and help avoid claims. Risk management is an integral part of a dental practice, and we believe that risk management solutions should meet the unique needs of our dentists.

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  • Next Steps When a Patient Files Bankruptcy

    posted by Kathy Everitt on Wednesday, June 19th, 2019

    Next Steps When a Patient Files Bankruptcy
    If your patient files bankruptcy, what happens next? When their balance to you is included in your debts, you need to be prepared with next steps. Our claims representatives were ready with an answer when presented with this question.

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  • When Patient Care and Mental Healthcare Collide

    posted by Mike Whitmer on Thursday, May 30th, 2019

    When Patient Care and Mental Healthcare Collide
    Healthcare providers in any profession have the opportunity to not only offer a positive patient experience, they also can build relationships with their patients and recognize when they may need a listening ear or possibly more. As Mental Health Awareness Month comes to a close, we'd like to share a story from a patient, whose experience with her healthcare provider helped her find relief both physically and mentally.

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