John S Findley

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This Point/Counterpoint article discusses the transformation of dental practice from the traditional solo/small-group (partnership) model of the 1900s to large Dental Support Organizations (DSO) that support affiliated dental practices by providing nonclinical functions such as, but not limited to, accounting, human resources, marketing, and legal and(More)
The responsibility of regulating dental practice in the interest of public safety is vested in the states and is exercised through delegated initial competency evaluation of new graduates, continuing education attendance requirements, and investigations of complaints. Questions have been raised over whether this model can demonstrate effectiveness and(More)
The concept of an implicit contract between the public and a profession is used as a foundation for the responsibility for professions to develop continued competency assessment and enforcement mechanisms that ensure that the public can expect safe and competent care. The literature in medicine, other health professions, and from other countries is(More)
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