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Denver Water to Consider Discontinuing Fluoridation - Vote Occurs Next Month

Aug. 10, 2015
 
On July 29, the Denver Board of Water Commissioners held a meeting to review the latest information and science surrounding community water fluoridation, which has been provided to the community since 1953. After hearing from both proponents and opponents of fluoridation, the board announced that it will accept written public comments until Wednesday, Aug. 12, 2015. The board will vote in late August to change or retain its current fluoridation policy. We need your help! 

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Your Feedback Can Help Improve the Healthcare Professions Profile Program

July 21, 2015

The Office of Policy, Research and Regulatory Reform (OPRRR) within the Department of Regulatory Agencies is in the process of conducting a sunset review of the Division of Professions and Occupations (DPO). OPRRR invites dentists to participate in a survey to determine, among other things, the effectiveness of the DPO. The survey focuses on the healthcare professions profile dentists and others in the healthcare field are required to submit as part of the licensure renewal process.

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Dr. Gary Field Takes the Reins of the CDA at the Annual Session

June 22, 2015

At the 2015 CDA Annual Session in Beaver Creek, Colo., the association installed a new president and welcomed new members to its Board of Trustees and Executive Committee.

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Medicaid Dental Fee Increases Take Effect July 1

July 1, 2015

During the 2015-2016 state budget process, the CDA worked hard to secure an across-the-board rate increase and a targeted rate increase for the Colorado Medicaid Dental Program fee schedule. Thanks to some hard work by the Medicaid Dental Program, the increase just received federal approval from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, and the increases will be effective and implemented in real time July 1, 2015. There will not be any implementation delay or retroactive adjustments associated with this rate increase--which is great news for dental offices.

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Teach Your Patients to Take Meds Seriously

June 22, 2015

Colorado dentists can do their part to help combat and prevent prescription drug abuse by increasing awareness of the issue. The Colorado Consortium for Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention, the organization behind the recently launched Take Meds Seriously campaign, has developed an informational rack card and other resources dentists can use to spread the word to their patients. The card features tips on safe use, safe storage, and safe disposal of prescription medications. Dentists can download the card from the Take Meds Seriously Website, brand the card with their practice name or logo, and print the card for distribution to their patients.

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