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Protect Yourself from Virtual Threats During COVID-19

Scammers and cybercriminals are notorious opportunists. With more business being conducted virtually during the COVID-19 pandemic, it has presented many new ways for  them to strike. Recently, the Department of Homeland Security, World Health Organization (WHO), Federal Trade Commission (FTC), Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the Better Business Bureau (BBB) have all issued warnings about the increase of COVID-19-related cyber-attacks. As coronavirus news continues to evolve, there are many ways scammers can exploit the public’s fear in order to […] Read More...

Ready To Return To Work, But Your Staff Isn’t?

Tips to alleviate staff concerns during COVID-19 Independent Dental Solutions We often share resources and best practices on the financial and operational side of the dental industry, however, we would like to take a moment to address another, very critical side – the human side.  As businesses across the country are anxiously preparing to re-open, owners, including dentists, should be prepared to address staff concerns about returning to work. Over the last month, dental practices from around the country participated […] Read More...

U.S. Senate Approves Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act – What It Means For Your Practice

On Wednesday, June 3rd, the U.S. Senate unanimously approved the Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act to amend rules of the SBA’s PPP loans. Once signed into law, small businesses will have more flexibility and additional time to use funds. The bill includes severalchanges to the program including: Extending the timeframe to use funds to 24 weeks (before businesses had eight weeks) Decreasing the required amount of funds businesses needed to use on payroll to 60%, rather than 75% as well […] Read More...

How COVID-19 Has Impacted the PPE Supply Chain

By, Brian Heyndrickx, Co-Founder & CEO, Independent Dental Solutions In this article I will explain the impact COVID-19 has had on the availability of PPE for health care, particularly in the dental market, and how dentists will need to adapt, as we prepare to move forward into our “new normal”.  To a dentist or health care provider,PPE is as essential to your work as the training you received in dental school. Over the last several weeks, we have heard experts […] Read More...
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