Safety documentation in dental practices: OSHA and CDC
from Dentistry IQ
Dental team members typically take great care to ensure that their patient records follow regulations and guidelines for documentation of patient treatment. These are vital elements of risk management in health-care settings. But beyond the required documentation for clinical treatment and financial transactions for patient care, there are other types of documentation that are required for dental practices. The most notable of these is OSHA compliance and infection prevention and control documentation.
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