Dental Blog

OSHA Finds Hospital Exposed Employees to Needlestick Injuries, Bloodborne Pathogen Hazards

On April 14, 2016, the Department of Labor (“DOL”) published a news brief on its website summarizing OSHA’s investigation findings at a hospital in Coopers, New Jersey (the “Hospital”). OSHA was originally reviewing the Hospital’s OSHA logs, and as part of that investigation it found an unusual amount of needlestick injuries and bloodborne pathogens exposure. […]

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Transfer on Death Beneficiaries for Bank Accounts

When it comes to estate planning, one very simple task that tends to be overlooked by many dentists is setting up transfer on death beneficiaries for your bank accounts. It is possible that preparing your estate plan has been pushed to the bottom of your to-do list, especially if you are running your own dental […]

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Anti-Harassment Training Conducted at Your Dental Office

Nardone Limited conducted an in-house anti-harassment training for one of its trusted dental clients on March 31, 2016. The training covered various sources of law and guidance, the types of harassment, the employee’s and employer’s responsibility, and the policies, procedures, and forms that should be in place. We strongly encourage you to be familiar with […]

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The Value of a Personal Assistant for the Busy Dentist

If you were to ask a busy dentist how their personal and professional goals and tasks are achieved while battling an inbox full of unread emails, numerous voicemails from the night before, a line of people waiting to speak with them, and personal to-dos that have not been completed—you will receive many responses—including a lack […]

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Tips to Using Social Media for Your Dental Practice

According to the Pew Research Center 72% of men, and 76% of women use a social media site on a regular basis. And with over 100 social media properties, there is no lack of options for users, with each offering various ways to connect and share. The biggest benefit to social media is that it […]

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Patients with Substance Abuse Problems

Nardone Limited represents dentists in a variety of dental board matters, including disciplinary issues that may arise as a result of a dentist negligently prescribing narcotics to a patient with a substance abuse problem. Oftentimes dentists are faced with a difficult situation when they have reason to believe that a patient is abusing narcotics and […]

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When Should I Start Planning for College Aid?

An executive order signed by President Barack Obama on September 13, 2015 will change the way high-school students and their parents plan for college aid. Beginning October 1, 2016, families with high-school students will be able to apply for financial aid a few months after they have filed their 2015 tax returns, rather than wait […]

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