David Chong Yen, from DCY Professional Corporation of Chartered Accountants, comes back to talk with Dr. Suham Alexander about the new taxes brought about by the new liberal government and to provide dentists with valuable tax tips. Highlights Tax Free Savings Account (TFSA) limits will be reduced to $5,500/year Dentists earning >$200K will have a larger tax bill The federal tax rate will increase from 29% to 33% (for any income over $200K) Tax rates for those earning between ~$45K-90K will be reduced from 22% to 20.5% Family Tax Cut credit will likely be eliminated Dentists with a household income of ...Read More »
Mind Your Business
Anne Genge, CEO and Co-founder of Healthcare Compliance Network Inc., is back with Dr. John O’Keefe to speak about risks associated with using digital communications in the dental office. Anne also presents some solutions that could help protect the dental team as well as patient privacy. Watch the video interviewRead More »
CDA Oasis Conversations: What are the key security questions you should ask when acquiring new office technologies?
Anne Genge, in another great interview with Dr. John O’Keefe, speaks about the key security questions that you need ask when acquiring new technologies for your office. Anne Genge is a Certified Information Privacy Professional with the International Association of Privacy Professionals. She also holds certifications for HIPAA, Credit Card Security, Internet, and Network Security. With over 20 years of experience, Anne knows the challenges healthcare providers face with technology. She and her team at Healthcare Compliance Network Inc. work with dental and medical professionals daily to minimize data risk and maximize patient care. Interview Highlights While technology and office digitization is certainly advantageous in ...Read More »
We, at CDA Oasis, are proud of what we offer to our Canadian dentists. We do our best to bring meaningful conversations, foster collaboration, and build great relationships! We strive to share knowledge and spread learning! Join us for a great experience!Read More »
Kathleen Bokrossy, RDH and President of rdhu.ca, is presenting a series of 3 webinars on the best kept secrets to grow your dental practice. In this post, we feature a video of the second webinar: 8 Secrets to Growing your Practice: A Breakthrough Blueprint. Related posts 8 Secrets to Growing your Practice: A Breakthrough Blueprint 8 Secrets to Growing your Practice: A Breakthrough Blueprint Webinar #2 Highlights Show your patients you care. The “after” appointment experience Connect with your patients after their experience to help build a trusting and loyal relationship Nurture lifetime relationships Connecting with patients after the appointment and “wow-ing” ...Read More »
To build and keep an engaged and motivated team, practitioners and leaders within the team should lead by example in an environment of mutual respect. The rules of motivation can assist in keeping the team on track. Leaders must be motivated Enthusiastic leaders set the tone for the rest of the team and the practice’s culture. Be positive, have a “can do” attitude and give your own work 100%! Recruit team members that are also highly motivated New people can change the team’s dynamics. When you add team members to your team, make sure your new hires also shares your ...Read More »
Kathleen Bokrossy, RDH and President of rdhu.ca, is presenting a series of 3 webinars on the best kept secrets to grow your dental practice. In this post, we feature a video of the second webinar: 8 Secrets to Growing your Practice: A Breakthrough Blueprint. Related post 8 Secrets to Growing your Practice: A Breakthrough Blueprint Highlights After customizing your message, you must WOW your patients. Patients’ experiences begin before they get to your office: Make it easy for patients to do business with you through positive experiences that start with their telephone interaction with your office. Ensure your office environment, including the ...Read More »
What is the dentists’ legal responsibility to release dental records for deceased or missing persons?
This content is courtesy of the Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario‘s, Dispatch Magazine (May/June 2015) This information is specific to the province of Ontario. For more information on your local laws and regulrations, please contact your provincial regulatory authority. Dental records may be required to identify human remains. This is usually when the manner of death or the condition of the body make it difficult to establish an identity by more typical methods, such as identification by family members or friends. Dental records may also be helpful in a missing person or criminal investigation. Of course, dentists wish ...Read More »