The CDA mobilized its grassroots network of members to reach state legislators before the Senate Health and Human Services Committee met Feb. 22 to vote on
SB17-190. The bill passed the committee by a 4-to-1 vote. It moves on to the Senate floor for its next vote.
The CDA is proud to announce that it ended the 2016 year with an increase in its overall market share. This is the first market share increase in at least seven years. According to the American Dental Association, nearly 72.8% of active licensed dentists in Colorado are members of the CDA.
2017 Dentists at the Capitol Lobby Day as a success. About 35 dental professionals from across Colorado joined the CDA's lobbying and Government Relations team as they converged upon the state Capitol on Friday, Feb. 17 to discuss with their legislators about key issues affecting the dental profession in Colorado.
The CDA believes in giving back to the community through its charitable efforts. That's possible because of the
CDA Foundation, which supports access-to-care and
Dental Health Matters efforts to increase discussions about oral health and the dental profession in Colorado communities and advocate for smart improvements that increase access to dental care.
On March 1, Colorado Medicaid, now known as HealthFirst Colorado, and CHP+ will undergo a transition in vendors and claims payment systems for the programs. This transition primarily affects medical claims submission, but there are a couple of important considerations dentists should keep in mind. Learn more.
The ADA Foundation has chosen individuals and organizations from the 14th District to receive grants and scholarships. Of those who were recognized were an organization, Bright Beginnings, and two students from Colorado.
The Weld County Dental Society held a bowling and dinner event Feb. 16 for new dentists and their families in Northern Colorado. The event was a success, with about 20 families attending. With dentists' spouses, children and sponsors, more than 50 people enjoyed free bowling, laser tag and a buffet dinner.
This 1-hour CE arms dentists with knowledge of tax strategies they can use to effectively lower their taxes, ultimately increasing their income, which can be used to enhance both their dental practice and their lifestyle.
Dates and Times: Thursday, March 16 at 6:00 p.m. or Friday, March 17 at 8:00 a.m. Location: Business Tech Center, 8301 E. Prentice Ave., Suite 400, Greenwood Village, CO 80111 Speaker: Dan Romance, Tax Saving Professionals Learn More and Register:Register today! Seating is limited.