Next Tuesday: Don’t Forget to Vote

Jennifer Goodrum Featured News

October 25, 2011 Mark your calendar! Election day is right around the corner on Tuesday, Nov. 1. The 2011 ballot will ask your input on the election of local officials and several ballot initiatives. From a dental perspective, the Denver City Paid Sick Leave initiative has implications for small business employers. This measure, Initiative 300, would require that all businesses …

Late on Your Taxes? Take Advantage of Ongoing City, State and Federal Tax Amnesty Programs

Jennifer Goodrum Featured News

October 25, 2011 Colorado Tax Amnesty Program The State of Colorado is offering a grace period to pay outstanding individual and business state taxes including: Personal, corporate and partnership income taxes, State sales and use tax, and City/county sales and use tax collected by the Colorado Department of Revenue. If you failed to file a past state tax return in …

Forum to Help Reduce Prescription Drug Abuse Coming to Colorado Nov. 10

Jennifer Goodrum Featured News

October 25, 2011 Peer Assistance Services is hosting a Prescription Drug Abuse Forum at the Anschutz Medical Campus in Aurora on Thursday, Nov. 10. Participants will develop a state action plan to reduce prescription drug abuse in Colorado. Dentists, healthcare providers and other interested community leaders are invited to attend. The forum features prominent speakers, including Gov. John Hickenlooper and …

Dr Ken Versman – Newly Elected ADA 2nd Vice President

Molly Pereira Featured News

October 13, 2011 Just announced on Thursday, Oct. 13, Dr. Ken Versman is the new American Dental Association 2nd Vice President.  Dr. Versman was elected at the ADA House of Delegates meeting in Las Vegas, NV in conjunction with the ADA Annual Session.

Dr Ken Versman Announces Candidacy for ADA 2nd Vice President

Molly Pereira Featured News

September 30, 2011 CDA past president and Aurora periodontist, Dr. Ken Versman, recently announced his candidacy for American Dental Association 2nd vice president.  Dr. Versman is currently the ADA’s 14th District Trustee and a true asset to organized dentistry.  As a longtime member of the ADA, CDA and MDDS, he is without a doubt passionate about the dental profession and its governance at …

IRS Law Requires Credit Card Reporting

Molly Pereira Featured News

September 8, 2011 A new mandatory Internal Revenue Service law, effective January 2012, requires that all credit card payment activity be reported to the IRS.  Failure to comply with these new rules could result in a 28% reduction of your revenue that is paid by credit card.

Help a Colleague! Practice Monitor Training: Sept. 16

Molly Pereira Featured News

September 8, 2011 If you have at least five years of experience in the practice of dentistry and are interested in sharing your expertise with a colleague, you could be a practice monitor. As a practice monitor, you can help dentists who have experienced a health-related or substandard care issue requiring their dental practice be monitored.

Medicaid Orthodontic Hearing Rescheduled

Molly Pereira Featured News

September 8, 2011 If you were planning to attend TOMORROW’s hearing on changes to Medicaid’s orthodontic policy, please note that the meeting has been rescheduled to Friday, Oct. 14, 2011 to allow dentists additional time to submit comments and suggestions on the rule change.  Click here for additional details on the policy change and rescheduled hearing.

State Board Seeks Volunteers for Anesthesia Committee

Molly Pereira Featured News

September 8, 2011 The Colorado State Board of Dental Examiners is still seeking volunteers to help review anesthesia permit applications. Volunteers must hold an active permit in moderate or general/deep sedation. Volunteers will serve a two-year term on the review committee, which will meet monthly (with one exception) and is expected to require about six to 10 hours of time …