Identifying risks can prevent malpractice lawsuits risk management in a dental setting can be of great benefit for little expense its easy to educate a staff to promptly identify and investigate problem situationsrecognizing the need for good documentation and identification of problems can help you avoid claims and lawsuits. Risk management overview dbic is committed to providing innovative education that encourages safe and effective patient care and provides insured members the knowledge needed to reduce the likelihood of future lawsuits. Provides dentists and staff with the resources to make prudent risk management decisions that enhance patient care and reduce the likelihood of a malpractice claim. Analysis of risk management problems under both federal and state law a dental office is a place of public accommodation therefore dentists are prohibited from discrimination regarding patient acceptance if such discrimination is based solely on the fact that the patient is a member of a protected class of people. Risk management continues to define itself as an integral element in quality dental care issues reviewed range from periodontal record keeping to assessment of temporomandibular joint dysfunction and from cosmetic patients to after hours emergency care two common denominators emerge throughout the
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