News Topic: IDA-News
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Indianapolis - Indiana residents who may have been impacted by the cyber-attack against Anthem should be aware of scam email campaigns targeting current and former Anthem members.
All dentists currently enrolled in any Indiana Health Coverage Program will be able to provide treatment to properly enrolled HIP 2.0 Plus patients beginning February 1, 2015. Currently enrolled dentists are not required to register with DentaQuest until May 1, 2015.
An updated ADA clinical practice guideline, last evaluated in 2012, finds that in general, for patients with prosthetic joint implants, the use of prophylactic antibiotics, or antibiotics administered to prevent the risk of infection, are not recommended prior to dental procedures to prevent prosthetic joint infection (PJIs).
The Indiana Dental Association (IDA) has announced that Medical Protective (MedPro), the national leader in dental liability insurance, is the newly endorsed insurance carrier for members of the IDA, effective January 1, 2015.
What is oral health? It's a short question that needs a comprehensive yet clear and simple answer.
The American Dental Association Center for Evidence-Based Dentistry (EBD) is collaborating with the New York University (NYU) College of Dentistry to offer a one-week intensive course on evidence-based dentistry.
The ADA is reviewing a draft rule intended to reduce the amount of dental amalgam that dental offices release into wastewater systems published yesterday by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The Association will comment on the rule once that review is completed.
Hotel reservations for the 2015 Annual Session at the French Lick Springs Resort or the West Baden Spring Hotel have been selling quickly.
The 2014 Indiana General Assembly approved, and Governor Pence has signed into law, HEA 1061, which expands the scope of dentists’ prescriptive supervision of dental hygienists. This new law has been reviewed by IDA attorneys who have revised the following Q&A.