Life After Dentistry: Retirement Lifestyle Readiness Life After Dentistry is a self-help guide to retirement happiness, providing unique insights, practical guidance and strategies to ensure a worthwhile and enjoyable retirement. This book helps dentists plan for the lifestyle part of retirement, not just the financial part. Life After Dentistry is an easy-to-read and practical book that reflects the need of today’s retirees and elevates retirement lifestyle planning to a new standard. Written by Alan Roadburg, Ph.D. P03720 Paperback book, 246 pages | Members $38.95 Retail $58.45 Book ISBN: 237-0-000-50879-9 | e-book ISBN: 978-1-68447-007-5 A Dentist’s Guide to the Law: 228 Things Every Dentist Should Know A Dentist’s Guide to the Law discusses legal issues that can arise concerning practice formation, marketing, employment, privacy and data security, disability access, contracts, antitrust, insurance, collections, reimbursement, patient treatment and more! It also addresses key questions such as: How do I dismiss a troublesome or threatening patient? What can I do about a negative online review? What should I do if a law enforcement official asks for information about a patient? What are some laws that affect my practice website? What does my payment processor mean by “PCI compliant?” What are some legal considerations when selecting an electronic dental record? The user-friendly Q&A format provides easy access to information that can help you stay in compliance with applicable laws. L756BT Spiral bound book + e-book, 294 pages Members $69.95 Retail $104.95 Book ISBN: 978-1-941807-17-0 | e-book ISBN: 978-1-941807-18-7 “As co-founder of the Association of Retiring Dentists and having studied retirement and aging for the past nine years, I have found Life After Dentistry to be the best source of specific, actionable information for dentists as they plan their retiring journey.” Dr. Neil Hiltunen, president and co-founder, Association of Retiring Dentists “The ADA’s A Dentist’s Guide to the Law is the best source of practical legal and risk management information for dentists that I have ever seen. Every dental office should have a copy.” David J. Owsiany, executive director, Ohio Dental Association “Highlighted the critical need to have a detailed employee handbook and made a daunting task very manageable.” Dr. Bryce Dorrough, Oklahoma City, Okla. BEST SELLER The ADA Practical Guide to Creating and Updating an Employee Policy Manual Develop an up-to-date office policy manual with the help of the ADA. This guide includes sample policies, forms and worksheets to help craft the perfect policy for nearly every situation. It also offers information on staff training, employee motivation and appreciation and patient management. Digital templates of policies and forms are intended for quick and easy personalization. J670BT Spiral bound book + e-book, 240 pages Members $109.95 Retail $164.95 Book ISBN: 978-1-941807-14-9 | e-book ISBN: 978-1-941807-15-6 THE EMPLOYEE POLICY MANUAL CONTAINS: 99 sample office policies on topics such as: - Compensation and benefits, such as paid time off, insurance and retirement plans - Internet, social media and electronic communications - Employee conduct, including personal appearance and dress code, attendance and confidentiality Sample job descriptions, job ads, employment application and interview questions Sample forms, worksheets and checklists including: - Hiring and termination checklists - Performance appraisals - Progressive discipline documentation Explanations of: - At-will employment - Employees vs. independent contractors - Part-time, full-time and temporary employees Includes new preface with COVID-19 information! 30 ORDER BY PHONE: 800.947.4746 CLINICAL RESOURCES ORDER ONLINE: ADACATALOG.ORG 31 PRACTICE MANAGEMENT
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