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Pre-Treatment Issues- Seeing The Future, Setting Standards
Summary- How drunk is too drunk? How young is too young? Is this patient physically and mentally ready for treatment? What if they refuse X-rays and are non-compliant? Pre-treatment issues that occur in the practice can yield continued problems within your treatment and post operative processes. In this lecture, we discuss factors that lead to pre-treatment issues, how these issues can increase the risk in your practice, and techniques to identify pre-treatment issues before you put the patient into the treatment process.

Learning Objectives:
Discuss the role that pre-treatment issues play in generating risk in the clinic
Review common pre-treatment issues you may face
Discuss strategies to prepare your team for pre-treatment issues
Discuss strategies to respond to pre-treatment issues in the clinic
Review the process for dismissing patients for non-compliance

Duration: 60 Min
CE Awarded: 1 Hour AGD PACE CE Lecture
AGD PACE Code: 550 Practice Management and Human Resources
Class Method: Zoom Webinar Online

Dentist Secure Labs LLC
Approved PACE Program Provider for FAGD/MAGD credit.
Approval does not imply acceptance by any regulatory authority or AGD endorsement.
02/28/2021 to 02/28/2023 Provider ID# 389654

Conflict of Interest Statement- Cary Smith is Founder and CEO of Practice Secure LLC and Done Desk LLC. Both entities provide risk management solutions to medical offices. Cary’s ownership of these entities do not commercially influence the academic goals of this risk management program.

Jun 2, 2021 01:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Cary Smith CPHRM CIC
Founder @Practice Secure | Done Desk
Cary Smith has more than twenty years of experience in corporate HR, clinical risk management, and compliance consulting. Having trained thousands of medical professionals, his lectures are designed to connect employees to the mission of improving results and managing risk in clinical practices.