ADA applauds CMS decision to remove Part D requirement

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid on Nov. 16 announced proposed changes to Medicare drug plans, including rescinding the requirement that dentists enroll in or validly opt-out of Medicare in order for a Part D drug prescriptions to be covered.

CDA supports dental communities in natural disasters

In response to recent natural disasters in California, Texas, Florida and the Caribbean, CDA has provided financial donations to help dental professionals with relief efforts. CDA donated $10,000 to assist the Colegio de Cirujanos Dentistas de Puerto Rico with...

ADA praises Senate for newly-proposed S-corp tax rate

The Senate Finance Committee on Nov. 14 released an updated tax reform proposal that included changes to the S corporation tax rate that the ADA believes are favorable to the vast majority of S-corp dental practices.

$295M settlement reached on behalf of Stericycle customers

A $295 million settlement has been reached on behalf of a nationwide class of Stericycle customers, following a class-action lawsuit accusing the company of engaging in a price-increasing scheme that automatically inflated customers’ bills up to 18 percent...

ADA asks CMS to remove Part D requirement

The ADA is asking the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid to re-examine the Medicare Part D enrollment requirement for dentists who do not submit claims for reimbursement to Medicare.