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September 09, 2014

This morning Governor McAuliffe announced A Healthy Virginia a ten-part plan to increase access to health care for 200,000 underserved Virginians through a series of emergency regulations and an executive order.

September 09, 2014

Tazewell County officials have submitted an amended grant application to the Virginia Tobacco Commission for the proposed Bluefield College School of Dental Medicine project.

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September 05, 2014

On August 20, 2014, twenty-three students participated in the VDA New Dentist Committee's Real World Tour. The students visited the offices of Drs. Londrey, Gardner, and McMunn.

What great insight and advice the students received from each office.  They learned about insurance, office design, sleep apnea, were given reading suggestions (for personal growth), received as gifts like the book,"FISH", and terrific advice from all the dentists!

September 04, 2014

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is working closely with the World Health Organization and other partners to better understand and manage the public health risks posed by Ebola virus disease (EVD). As of August 10, 2014, no EVD cases have occurred in the United States. The purpose of this document is to provide updated information about EVD to clinicians working in U.S. hospitals and health clinics.

September 02, 2014

6th Annual Wings and Wheels 2014
Salute to Those Who Serve
September 20, 2014
Click HERE for complete event details.
September 02, 2014

Earlier this month, VDA members were given the opportunity to submit questions and concerns regarding the Board of Dentistry’s sedation permits and plans for the permit holder inspections.  These permit requirements and unannounced inspections will only be affecting those dentists who administer moderate/conscious sedation and general anesthesia/deep sedation.
September 02, 2014

Two health care entities paid settlements to the federal government after possibly violating the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act when unencrypted laptops were stolen.

An unencrypted laptop was stolen from one of Concentra Health Services' facilities, the Springfield Missouri Physical Therapy Center, resulting in a $1,725,220 fine. QCA Health Plan Inc., of Arkansas, reported that an unencrypted laptop was stolen from a workforce member's car. The company agreed to a $250,000 settlement.

September 01, 2014

  • 10/1/14: Sign up opens for GKAS Day 2015 on the ADA website. 
August 21, 2014

Friday, October 17 – Saturday, October 18, 2014 | Chesapeake, Virginia

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