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CDA House of Delegates Meeting – 2014 Resolutions

The CDA’s governing body convenes each year at the Annual Session.  The House of Delegates votes on resolutions that impact the CDA and its membership.  To read this year’s resolutions and to view the proposed budget for 2014/2015, click here.  Among the resolutions is one brought forth by the CDA Council on Finance to increase member dues by $10 – click here to read 08-14-B.

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CDA Endorses Wells Fargo Bank!

May 14, 2014

The CDA has discontinued its endorsement with Bank of America and is proud to announce its new endorsement of Wells Fargo Bank for practice and commercial real estate financing.  Wells Fargo has several bank locations statewide and ADA/CDA members will receive preferred pricing, complimentary planning and educational resources, and project support.  To learn more about what Wells Fargo Bank can do for you, please click here or call 888-937-2321 and be sure to mention that you are an American Dental Association member.

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Pedo Connect

March 16, 2014

The Colorado Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (CAPD) has created a program to make it easier for dentists and hygienists in dental health professional shortage areas to communicate with a pediatric dentist.  This program is called Pedo Connect.  The goal of this program is to ensure that all children in Colorado, no matter of their location, have access to oral healthcare.

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Sunset Review Bill Awaits Governor’s Signature

May 14, 2014

HB 1227, the Sunset Review of the Dental Practice Act passed the state House of Representatives with a 55-10 vote and the Senate with a 29-6 vote.  The bill now awaits a signature from Gov. Hickenlooper, which is expected sometime this month.

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Program Improvements: Medicaid and CHP+ Provide 12 Months of Continuous Coverage for Kids

March 16, 2014

Good news! Beginning March 1, 2014, children who have either Medicaid or CHP+ benefits will have continuous coverage for 12 months, even if their family’s income or household size changes. Continuous coverage for Medicaid and CHP+ children can help greatly streamline eligibility checks for providers, and eliminate eligibility and billing problems caused by changing coverage. It also improves continuity of care, and can help provide consistent access to preventive and primary care services – resulting in better health for covered children.

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