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CNA Dental Professional Liability Risk Management (Module 4: Managing Injuries and Adverse Events)

By CNA

Module 4: Managing Injuries and Adverse Events of the CNA risk management course focuses on managing injuries and adverse events. While adverse events may relate to several areas of a dental practice such as patient care, property and equipment, personnel, and operations, this module will concentrate on several points related to patient care injuries and adverse events. Topics will include medical emergencies, swallowed or aspirated objects, wrong site or wrong tooth surgeries and procedures, endodontic adverse events, treatment failure and trigeminal nerve injuries. Course objectives: Develop and implement methods to document and assess adverse outcomes and patient dissatisfaction. Describe and implement procedures to manage the most common emergencies in the dental office. Understand current recommendations and steps necessary to assess and manage patients who present with symptoms of nerve injury subsequent to dental treatment. AGD Subject Codes: 149 (Multi-disciplinary Topics) – 0.5 CE Hours 555 (Dental Jurisprudence/Ethics) – 0.75 CE Hours NOTE: All dentists who are insured through the Professional Protector Plan® (PPP) for Dentists will receive a premium credit on their professional liability premium upon renewal for three consecutive years. Dentists not currently insured by the PPP may qualify for the credit if they purchase their coverage within one year of completing the course. (Electronically mediated online course. Original release date: December 2016. Expiration date: December 2019.) *Credit toward dental license renewal may vary according to CE hours approved by state boards of dentistry. Please remember that only the relevant insurance policy can provide the actual terms, coverages, amounts, conditions and exclusions for an insured. All products and services may not be available in all states and may be subject to change without notice. The Professional Protector Plan® is a registered trademark of B & B Protector Plans, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Brown & Brown, Inc., Daytona Beach and Tampa, Florida, and is underwritten by Continental Casualty Company and National Fire Insurance Company of Hartford. CNA is a registered trademark of CNA Financial Corporation. Copyright © 2016 CNA. All rights reserved.

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CNA Dental Professional Liability Risk Management (Module 3: Documentation and Compliance)

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Module 3: Documentation and Compliance will discuss a number of topics on recordkeeping, documentation and related compliance issues. These range from essential clinical documentation, maintaining patient privacy and protecting record security, to electronic communications and challenges presented by the use of social media. While many practices still use paper records, a significant number of dental offices have completely or partially transitioned to electronic health records. Many others are preparing to do so or are in the process of making this transition. This module covers a number of technology-related risk management considerations, along with those that apply universally. Course objectives: Implement record keeping practices that enhance patient care and reduce malpractice risks. Explain the meaning and benefits of the “SOAP” method for recording information in the dental patient record. Understand benefits and risks of electronic records and methods to prevent electronic security breaches. AGD Subject Codes: 149 (Multi-disciplinary Topics) – 0.5 CE Hours 555 (Dental Jurisprudence/Ethics) – 0.75 CE Hours NOTE: All dentists who are insured through the Professional Protector Plan® (PPP) for Dentists will receive a premium credit on their professional liability premium upon renewal for three consecutive years. Dentists not currently insured by the PPP may qualify for the credit if they purchase their coverage within one year of completing the course. (Electronically mediated online course. Original release date: December 2016. Expiration date: December 2019.) *Credit toward dental license renewal may vary according to CE hours approved by state boards of dentistry. Please remember that only the relevant insurance policy can provide the actual terms, coverages, amounts, conditions and exclusions for an insured. All products and services may not be available in all states and may be subject to change without notice. The Professional Protector Plan® is a registered trademark of B & B Protector Plans, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Brown & Brown, Inc., Daytona Beach and Tampa, Florida, and is underwritten by Continental Casualty Company and National Fire Insurance Company of Hartford. CNA is a registered trademark of CNA Financial Corporation. Copyright © 2016 CNA. All rights reserved.

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CNA Dental Professional Liability Risk Management (Module 2: Treatment Issues)

By CNA

Module 2: Treatment Issues will discuss the importance of an accurate, thorough and current medical history as an essential tool in providing quality dental care. Other topics in this module are shown here, including current clinical guidelines and recommendations for antibiotic premedication, dental radiographs, and dental treatment during pregnancy. Considerations related to the scope of dental practice and patients who may need urgent/emergency dental care are also covered in this module. Course objectives: Describe an assessment process for the management of “scope of practice” questions. Understand current recommendations for oral healthcare for the pregnant patient. Describe methods to manage patients who refuse recommended dental radiographs. AGD Subject Codes: 149 (Multi-disciplinary Topics) – 0.5 CE Hours 555 (Dental Jurisprudence/Ethics) – 0.75 CE Hours NOTE: All dentists who are insured through the Professional Protector Plan® (PPP) for Dentists will receive a premium credit on their professional liability premium upon renewal for three consecutive years. Dentists not currently insured by the PPP may qualify for the credit if they purchase their coverage within one year of completing the course. (Electronically mediated online course. Original release date: December 2016. Expiration date: December 2019.) *Credit toward dental license renewal may vary according to CE hours approved by state boards of dentistry. Please remember that only the relevant insurance policy can provide the actual terms, coverages, amounts, conditions and exclusions for an insured. All products and services may not be available in all states and may be subject to change without notice. The Professional Protector Plan® is a registered trademark of B & B Protector Plans, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Brown & Brown, Inc., Daytona Beach and Tampa, Florida, and is underwritten by Continental Casualty Company and National Fire Insurance Company of Hartford. CNA is a registered trademark of CNA Financial Corporation. Copyright © 2016 CNA. All rights reserved.

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CNA Dental Professional Liability Risk Management (Module 1: Risk Management Essentials)

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Module 1: Risk Management Essentials contains the following sections: patient safety and risk management overview; dental claim trends; legal concepts; patient communication; the National Practitioner Databank; and patient termination/dismissal. This course is designed to provide you with the tools and information you need to meet the course objectives included in the course description. Course objectives: Implement a team approach to patient safety and risk management practices. Effectively apply the informed consent process to improve patient understanding, safety and satisfaction. Understand how the standard of care and negligence apply to dental professional liability. AGD Subject Codes: 149 (Multi-disciplinary Topics) – 0.5 CE Hours 555 (Dental Jurisprudence/Ethics) – 0.75 CE Hours NOTE: All dentists who are insured through the Professional Protector Plan® (PPP) for Dentists will receive a premium credit on their professional liability premium upon renewal for three consecutive years. Dentists not currently insured by the PPP may qualify for the credit if they purchase their coverage within one year of completing the course. (Electronically mediated online course. Original release date: December 2016. Expiration date: December 2019.) *Credit toward dental license renewal may vary according to CE hours approved by state boards of dentistry. Please remember that only the relevant insurance policy can provide the actual terms, coverages, amounts, conditions and exclusions for an insured. All products and services may not be available in all states and may be subject to change without notice. The Professional Protector Plan® is a registered trademark of B & B Protector Plans, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Brown & Brown, Inc., Daytona Beach and Tampa, Florida, and is underwritten by Continental Casualty Company and National Fire Insurance Company of Hartford. CNA is a registered trademark of CNA Financial Corporation. Copyright © 2016 CNA. All rights reserved.

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CNA Dental Professional Liability Risk Management Online Course

By CNA

Safe and effective dental care requires close attention to patient needs while managing the various risks associated with clinical practice. Implementing effective patient safety and risk management strategies to protect your patients and your practice can help to improve patient outcomes and minimize the possibility of a malpractice claim. Learn from claim scenarios and other information presented in this online course to better understand and address key risk exposures. Topics include: Dental incident scenarios and examples Informed consent and informed refusal procedures Claim trends and related considerations Communication topics, principles and approaches Record keeping and documentation practices Patient care/patient management risks Adverse event issues, prevention and management And more The CNA Dental Professional Liability Risk Management Online Course is one of the most comprehensive risk management programs available. This informative program will motivate you to assess your practice, apply critical thinking, make prudent choices that enhance patient care and help you to reduce your risk of a malpractice claim. Participants will earn 5 contact hours of continuing education credit for the full 4-module course.* Modules may also be purchased and completed individually, and provide 1.25 credit hours each. A 75% score is required on each module examination to receive continuing education credit. Course objectives (module number in parentheses): Implement a team approach to patient safety and risk management practices. (1) Effectively apply the informed consent process to improve patient understanding, safety and satisfaction. (1) Understand how the standard of care and negligence apply to dental professional liability. (1) Describe an assessment process for the management of “scope of practice” questions. (2) Understand current recommendations for oral healthcare for the pregnant patient. (2) Describe methods to manage patients who refuse recommended dental radiographs. (2) Implement record keeping practices that enhance patient care and reduce malpractice risks. (3) Explain the meaning and benefits of the “SOAP” method for recording information in the dental patient record. (3) Understand benefits and risks of electronic records and methods to prevent electronic security breaches. (3) Develop and implement methods to document and assess adverse outcomes and patient dissatisfaction. (4) Describe and implement procedures to manage the most common emergencies in the dental office. (4) Understand current recommendations and steps necessary to assess and manage patients who present with symptoms of nerve injury subsequent to dental treatment. (4) AGD Subject Codes: 149 (Multi-disciplinary Topics) – 2 CE Hours 555 (Dental Jurisprudence/Ethics) – 3 CE Hours NOTE: All dentists who are insured through the Professional Protector Plan® (PPP) for Dentists will receive a premium credit on their professional liability premium upon renewal for three consecutive years. Dentists not currently insured by the PPP may qualify for the credit if they purchase their coverage within one year of completing the course. (Electronically mediated online course. Original release date: December 2016. Expiration date: December 2019.) *Credit toward dental license renewal may vary according to CE hours approved by state boards of dentistry. Please remember that only the relevant insurance policy can provide the actual terms, coverages, amounts, conditions and exclusions for an insured. All products and services may not be available in all states and may be subject to change without notice. The Professional Protector Plan® is a registered trademark of B & B Protector Plans, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Brown & Brown, Inc., Daytona Beach and Tampa, Florida, and is underwritten by Continental Casualty Company and National Fire Insurance Company of Hartford. CNA is a registered trademark of CNA Financial Corporation. Copyright © 2016 CNA. All rights reserved.

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