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codeofethics-150years

It's not just about what we provide, but how we provide it.


2018 marks the 152nd anniversary of The ADA Principles of Ethics and Code of Conduct. Known as “the ADA Code,” members voluntarily agree to abide as a condition of membership, committing to high ethical standards of conduct. Much like the profession, the ADA Code has evolved throughout the past 150 years, however its fundamental purpose—putting the welfare of patients first—remains constant. 

 

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Highlights on PMP and AB474

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We are providing highlights on the new prescription writing rules for controlled substances. We will continue to watch this issue and bring any further updates as we get them. For more info login to Member Access.

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NDA Members - Please take a minute to sign up for NDA's grassroots advocacy campaign. This tool will help us to build a database of dentist and patient advocates to help with our efforts at the Legislature. Take Action
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    President signs landmark opioid legislation.

    Dear Advocates, Congratulations! Thanks to your efforts at the 2018 ADA Dentist and Student Lobby Day, Congress recently passed and the president just signed legislation to help end the nation’s opioid crisis. Read more about some of the ways your advocacy made a positive impact.
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    Advocacy Win For Nevada Dentists

    The Value of NDA Government Relations and Advocacy: In July, Nevada Medicaid had announced a dental rate “realignment” which would have resulted in a forecasted cut of $4.1 million dollars in Medicaid dollars to dental service providers over the next biennium, a large portion of which would have negatively impacted pediatric dental providers. Nevada Dental Association leadership and your lobbying team did the following to STOP this proposed change.
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    ADA Dentist and Student Lobby Day

    This year’s ADA Dentist and Student Lobby Day was held April 8-10, 2018 in Washington DC. Representatives of the Nevada Dental Association and the UNLV School of Dental Medicine were in attendance in review of ADA’s response to the Opioid Epidemic and the new ADA interim policy which just released a National Non covered services bill that covers federally regulated dental plans, Student loan repayment bills and more. Click link for more information.
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    Regulations on Amalgam Separators

    Nevada has regulations on Amalgam Separators for your practice and we have you covered! Check out your member pricing today! Login at: nvda.org/membership/benefits-of-membership
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    New Opioid Prescribing Laws

    The Nevada Legislature recently passed new laws establishing procedures that prescribes (THAT’S YOU!) need to follow when prescribing controlled substances. These mandates will be effective on January 1, 2018. It is important for you to be prepared! Find the latest information from licensing boards and the Governor’s office. www.nvda.org/advocacy/member-access.
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