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​Botched New Data Protection Act Could Slap £2k Bill On Small NHS Providers

LONDON, England — The British Dental Association (BDA), Optical Confederation and Pharmaceutical Services Negotiating Committee (PSNC), writing on behalf of 40,000 dentists, 11,500 community pharmacies, and 19,000 optometrists and dispensing opticians, have said the Data Protection Bill – due to start its progress through the House of Commons on 5 March – will, as currently drafted, slap significant extra costs on small providers.

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Protecting Your Practice From Cyber Threats

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SACRAMENTO, California — What do Anthem, Yahoo, LinkedIn and JP Morgan Chase have in common? If you guessed that they were all victims of some of the world’s largest data breaches, you’d be correct. From insurance carriers to retailers, financial institutions to the U.S. military, all organizations that have an online presence are subject to cyber-related risks and the reputational damage and loss of consumer trust that follow.

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ADA Resources Can Help Dentists Fend Off Hackers, Cyberattacks

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GREENFIELD, Indiana — The American Dental Association (ADA) Center for Professional Success has resources to help dentists fend off cyberattacks and hackers to possibly avoid what just happened to a suburban Indianapolis health network in January.

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Promising Dental Informatics Standard Researchers Sought For Award

CHICAGO, IllinoisAmerican Dental Association (ADA) members, including dental student members, who have completed original standards-related research and who have a dental degree earned after 2013 or are pursuing an additional degree or specialty are encouraged to apply for the Robert H. Ahlstrom New Investigator Award.

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A Smile as Simple as an App Filter?

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STONY BROOK, New York — Can designing a new, beautiful smile be as simple as applying an app filter? According to Paul Vigario, CEO of Surf CT and Digital Smile Design (DSD), it's possible. In fact, Vigario, a pioneer of integrating digital technology in dentistry says, "living in a digital world is fascinating because we can build systems to get where we want with our businesses much faster."

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Identillect's Delivery Trust Selected by Smile Savvy Partners to Secure Email Communications For Their Pediatric Dentist Clients

IRVINE, California — Identillect Technologies Corp., a trusted leading provider of HIPAA compliant email security, announced today Smile Savvy, Inc. has selected Delivery Trust® to secure the email communications of the pediatric dental practices they support nationally and internationally.

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CDC App Helps Dental Teams Monitor Infection Prevention Efforts

ATLANTA< Georgia — A free mobile app by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention can assist dental facilities in monitoring their compliance with recommended infection control practices.

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Three Things For Dentists To Consider As AI Continues To Transform Business In 2018

MADISON, Wisconsin — On January 11th, 2018, the Harvard Business Review posted and article titled "How Automation Will Change Work, Purpose and Meaning" that discusses the promise of AI and automation and how these innovations raise new questions about the role of work in our lives.

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The Future Of Dentistry Is Digital

Dr Paulo KanoCAMPINAS, Brazil — Dr Paulo Kano, Coordinator, Professor and Head of the Department of Digital Dentistry at the São Leopoldo Mandic University, sets expectations for the two lectures he will be giving in Buenos Aires; one on 'Aesthetic Rehabilitations with SKIN' and the other on 'Revolutionizing Aesthetics with High Technology Systems'.

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Comments Sought On Report Outlining Risk Analysis Plan For Electronic Protected Health Information

CHICAGO, Illinois — Dental professionals can review and comment on an American Dental Association (ADA) developed proposed technical report that aims to assist covered dental practices in fulfilling their legally mandated obligation under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) to conduct a security risk analysis of electronic protected information.

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