GDPR and Data Protection - Part 3

In the first two articles in this series I’ve taken a look at how the new Data Protection Bill – incorporating the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) - is coming along. I’ve highlighted the importance of preparing by taking a good look at all the personal data you currently hold in the practice (a Data Audit). Where does it come from? With whom do you share it (or might disclose it to)? How long will you keep it? Do this as a practice team, because ultimately everyone is responsible for good Data Protection.

GDPR – Part Two. Privacy Notices and Consent

Roger Matthews further examines the EU’s forthcoming General Data Protection Regulations and its potential impact on dental practices. Have you drawn up your privacy notice yet? Are you up to speed on how you can lawfully process the data you hold on patients?
IF roundtable

NHS contract reform: what if?

Denplan recently brought together a panel of dental practitioners and key opinion leaders to give them the opportunity to voice their fears, concerns and hopes for the incoming NHS dental contract and discuss how to make it work for patients and practitioners.

What if composite becomes the restorative material of choice in the future?

If composite becomes the restorative material of choice*…what choice will you have when it comes to filling your private practice?

The impact of tiered treatment on NHS dentistry

How much could the introduction of tiered treatment cramp your style?
NHS IF seminars

Are you In Front with NHS Contract Reform?

Denplan is currently running a series of evening In Front Seminars across the country to provide dental professionals with the most current information on NHS contract reform and help practices access how they might be affected and understand what action they need to take now.

The inequality of children’s oral health demonstrates the need for greater effort to engender more preventative strategies

The current state of children’s oral health in the UK has once again been making the headlines.