Patients can file dental board complaints for reasons which are spurious or even sinister. How do you lessen the likelihood of such complaints? As Stuart Oberman explains in this episode of Dental Law Radio, there are some basic “know your patient” and patient experience practices you can implement to lessen the livelihood of these complaints, and if they are filed, mitigate their risk to your practice.
The deadline to apply for Phase 4 funding under the Provider Relief Fund and American Rescue Plan is October 26, 2021. If these funds are properly utilized, they will not need to be repaid. The HHS administered funds are available to practices that experienced lost revenues and/or increased operating expenses between July 1, 2020, and March 31, 2021, compared to the prior year.
Oberman Law Firm is pleased to announce that Tamara A. Feuer has joined the Firm as Corporate Counsel. Ms. Feuer brings to the Firm extensive experience in the areas of corporate transactions, finance, and healthcare.
A written anti-harassment procedure can you help tremendously in the event that you ever receive a letter from the EEOC or from an attorney representing an ex-employee alleging sexual harassment. Stuart Oberman explains why it is important to have a written anti-harassment complaint procedure, and what might happen if you do not have one drawn out.
On June 10, 2021, the first nationwide emergency workplace safety rule, requiring health-care employers to protect workers from occupational exposure to COVID-19 has been published on OSHA’s website. The Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) released on June 10, 2021, only applies to the health-care sector and will be supplemented by voluntary guidance for other industries.
On the premier episode of Dental Law Radio, host Stuart Oberman surveyed various modalities of teledentistry, regulatory issues, the risks of “store and forward” or asynchronous teledentistry, and much more.
Oberman Law Firm proudly announces that Stuart J. Oberman, Esq. will speak for dental school residents at Augusta University. The dinner will be held on Wednesday, October 17, 2019, at 6:00 pm at Bonefish Grill in Augusta, Georgia. We look forward to hearing Mr. Oberman speak, and we look forward to another great event!