Enjoying the 14th AADOM Dental Conference in San Antonio, TX with Heather Colicchio, founder and president.www.dentalmanagers.com
I had the distinct pleasure of interviewing and coaching Raymond Dickey, Jr, DMD, 3rd year OMFS resident at Howard University Hospital
A frantic colleague called me last month, saying he had a Drug Enforcement Administration agent (aka, the DEA) in his waiting room and asking what he should do. I asked if his office was ready – did his office have an audit readiness file, all processes defined in the DEA Practitioner’s Manual, good recordkeeping systems, a reconciliation process, and inventory and purchase […]
As mentioned in Part 1 of this series, one of the ways you can reduce your risk and better ensure your practice is ready for a DEA audit is to conduct a self-audit. By auditing the controlled substances in your practice before an audit happens, you can identify and fix many issues that could come up during the accountability portion of the […]
This is Part 3 of our 3-part series about DEA inspections and compliance to help OMS surgeons prepare (if you haven’t seen them yet, be sure to read Part 1 and Part 2 of the series). This article covers what happens and what you can do if DEA inspectors show up at your practice for a surprise inspection. DEA Investigators may visit […]
I had the distinct pleasure of interviewing and coaching Benjamin Schaefer, DDS. 3rd year OMFS Resident at Carle Foundation Hospital.
I had the distinct pleasure of interviewing and coaching Christopher Fanelli, DDS. 3rd year OMFS Resident at University of Miami Miller School of Medicine.
“Is there a code for that?” I had the privilege of educating, mentoring and coaching Dr. Mitchell P. Loo during his fellowship at Oral Facial Surgery Institute Educational Fellowship Program.
I had the privilege of coaching and mentoring Dr. Dustin Altmann during his Fellowship at Oral Facial Surgery Institute Educational Fellowship Program.
After an all day lecture with Dr. Roger Levin (Levin Group) I’ve learned that I still have a lot to learn.