Get All your Compliance Requirements and 14 CEU’s
Fuel your TEAM by LEARNING TOGETHER: and get all your compliance requirements and We promise to make it FUN !
Continental Breakfast and Complimentary Lunch will be included each day for participants that attend all day classes
All Dental Offices, that have staff, are required to do the following:
- Yearly OSHA Training
- EMERGENCY PROTOCOL-NEW JERSEY Dental Board issued a Ruling mandating all Dental offices to implement this requirement in order to recognize and manage common medical emergencies in the office, training must be done on a yearly basis. (13:30-8.26 EMERGENCY PROTOCOL)
- Know the Regulations and Compliance Requirements for HIPAA
- Be CPR Certified depending on the license the Dental Professional Holds
Day One: Morning:
Dental Patient Health Emergencies Protocol and HIPAA Training:
- Saturday, July 27, 2019 or
- Saturday November 23, 2019
- Time: 8:30am to 11:30pm
- Credits: 3 CEU’s [AGD CODE: # 142]
- Instructor: Joe Rector, BSSE, EMT, AHA FA/BLS: CPR Instructor
Dental Patient Health Emergencies Protocol:
This course will teach you and your staff the fundamentals of handling medical emergencies. It will answer the following questions:
- Is there a protocol for managing a medical emergency in your office?
- What action would be taken? *Who is responsible for documentation?
- What drugs or equipment should be readily available in the office?
- Understand the most common Medical Emergencies
- Review of Vital signs, medical health history, and documentation
This program will review a variety of medical emergencies & prevention. (13:30-8.26 EMERGENCY PROTOCOL) NEW JERSEY Dental Board issued a Ruling mandating all Dental offices to implement this requirement in order to recognize and manage common medical emergencies in the office, training must be done on a yearly basis. This is from the Dental Board Regulations pertaining to Managing Medical Emergencies training:
13:30-8.26 EMERGENCY PROTOCOL: NEW JERSEY Dental Board
1a) Each dental office, facility, dental clinic, or institution at which there is patient contact, at a minimum, shall:
- Have a written protocol for managing medical or dental emergencies;
- Have equipment to maintain adult and pediatric airways;
- an ambu bag (bag-valve-mask resuscitator);
- Ensure that all staff are trained upon hire, and at least annually thereafter, to implement the emergency protocol.
* Know the Regulations and Compliance Requirements for HIPAA *
- Time: 11:30am to 12:30pm
- Credits: 1 CEU [AGD Code: # 561]
- Instructor: Anthony Jurjevic
Information security awareness from the point of view of protecting all Protected Health Information (PHI).
Physical, technical, and administrative safeguards to Protected Health Information (PHI) is a requirement of all “covered entities” based on the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act [HIPAA] of 1996, as amended by the HITECH Act.
This HIPAA course is tailored to help healthcare providers and employees understand What information is private, Why it is private and What they can do to protect it.
Learning Objectives: Upon completion of this course you will be able to:
- List the major components of HIPAA Privacy and Security rules;
- Describe the rules about using and disclosing protected health information (PHI);
- Describe how individual rights are protected under HIPAA;
- Understand and describe a Security Risk Assessment
- List the fundamental components of a compliance program
- Understand how to create a Compliance plan
- Why “free email” comes with a big cost
- HIPAA Basics
- Understanding and Recognizing PHI
- Patient Privacy Rights and Rights of Access
- Real world examples
- Acceptable use policies incident response
Instructor: Anthony Jurjevic | President – Managing Partner | Techspedient Networks, LLC: Anthony Jurjevic is an in-demand technology consultant, business strategic partner, and author who specializes in high value, and highly effective technology strategies for growing small to medium businesses. After many years of honing his technical skills in the enterprise domain, he has brought his style of consulting to the small to midsize business marketplace. Focused on improving efficiencies and up time through network optimization, Anthony is growing Techspedient Networks, LLC into one of the premier managed service providers in the Tri-State area.
complimentary Lunch: Time: 12:30pm to 1:30pm (no CEU’s)
Day One: Afternoon:
CPR: BLS CPR for Healthcare Provider Initial Course
- Time: 1:30pm to 5:30pm [AGD CODE: # 142]
- Credits: 4 CEU’s plus American Heart Association Completion Card
- Instructor: Joe Rector, BSSE, EMT, AHA FA/BLS CPR Instructor
The BLS for Healthcare Providers course covers core material such as adult and pediatric CPR (including two-rescuer scenarios and use of the bag mask), foreign-body airway obstruction and automated external defibrillation. This course is for healthcare providers such as EMS personnel, physician assistants, doctors, dentists, nurses, respiratory therapists, and lifeguards who must have a credential (card) documenting successful completion of a Healthcare Provider CPR course. The AHA’s new BLS Course has been updated to include science and education from the 2015 Guidelines Update for CPR and ECC. It teaches both single-rescuer and team basic life support skills for application in both prehospital and in-facility environments, with a focus on high-quality CPR and team dynamics.
Your patients and their families look to you and your staff to provide optimal care for themselves and loved ones while in your office, do you and your staff know what to do in a cardiac arrest situation? Over 47% of cardiac deaths occur outside of the hospital. For every minute a person is in cardiac arrest with shockable rhythms chance of survival goes down 10% for every minute that defibrillation is not performed. This course will provide instruction for one and two person adult, pediatric and infant CPR, rescue breathing, obstructed airway, Automated External Defibrillator use, and use of barrier devices as required by OSHA.
Day Two: OSHA Training:
- Sunday July 28, 2019 or
- Sunday November 24, 2019
Time: 9:00am to 4:00pm
Credits: 6 CEU’s [AGD Code: #148]
Instructor: Joe Rector BSSE, DSI staff and OSHA Safety Specialist, EMT, AHA FA/BLS
This course will simplify OSHA regulations and teach participants how to be in compliance. Also covered are the latest OSHA requirements concerning blood-borne pathogens and exposure control. A must for everyone in the dental office. Each dental office must have OSHA training each year. This program will satisfy that requirement.
New Hazard Communication Standard, all employers must train their employee’s on the new labels elements and safety data sheets format to facilitate recognition and understanding. Learn how to interpret the code of Federal Regulations regarding OSHA as related to the dental office
Lunch: We will host a complimentary Lunch