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ADHA responds to ADA reports on mercantile viability of mid-level providers

CHICAGO, Illinois—The American Dental Hygienists’ Association reviewed a 6 studies expelled Jul 25, 2012, by a American Dental Association examining a mercantile viability of mid-level providers in dentistry and finds that a methodology used to control a investigate impacts a effect of a conclusions drawn by a research.

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The research, conducted by ECG Management Consultants views a entrance to caring predicament by a lens of mercantile viability and creates assumptions about mid-level providers that might not be accurate.

ADHA advocates for evidence-based strategies that support softened verbal health and wellness. The organization’s categorical concerns with the

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Dental editor row selects many critical articles for 2011

Dr. Paul Child’s essay on digital dentistry, and a collaborative bid between Heidi Emmerling and Ellen Standley about mid-level dental providers, were selected by a dental editors of PennWell publications as a dual many critical articles published in 2011 for dentists and dental hygienists.

Dr. Child’s essay supposing a “practical view” of digital dentistry and seemed in a Oct 2011 emanate of Dental Economics. Emmerling and Standley’s essay discussed choice workforce models in a Jun 2011 emanate of RDH magazine.

The editors participating in a analysis perform editorial duties for Dental Economics, RDH, and Proofs magazines, as good as

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