Support Your Peers as a Practice Monitor

Molly PereiraFeatured News

Peer Assistance logoApril 19, 2016
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. The dentist practice monitor role makes it possible to protect the public and at the same time provide support for dentists who are making changes in their practices and in their lives.

As a practice monitor, you can help dentists who have experienced a health-related or substandard-care issue requiring their practice be monitored. Monitors provide direct monitoring service to another dentist, evaluate the practice during regular site visits and offer suggestions and support. Monitors enter a fee-for-service agreement with the monitored dentist for a specific time.
The Colorado Dental Board and the Dental Peer Health Assistance Program will be hosting the Annual Dentist Practice Monitor Training on Friday, May 6. This training will be held at Peer Assistance Services, Inc. at 2170 S. Parker Rd., Ste. 229, Denver, CO 80231 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
If you have questions or want to learn more about this opportunity, call 303-369-0039 or view the training brochure.