The Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”) is a federal law that was enacted in 1990. The goal of the legislation is to prohibit discrimination against individuals who have disabilities. It applies to every aspect of life, including schools, transportation, employment, and more. It even applies to all public and private locations that are open to the public. That includes dental practices.Read More
We know you’ve been exposed to a great amount of information about the COVID-19 crisis and what it means for your practice. In order to better serve you, we’ve compiled a list of resources to help you make sense of all the information available. Continue to visit this page for more updates and resources!Read More
If you own a dental practice, you have a number of responsibilities to your employees, regardless of the size of your organization. One of those responsibilities is to ensure that employer health plans are administered properly – a task which may sound simple, but in practice can be anything but. That is because even the most informed and intelligent employers may be finding themselves confused by all of the requirements under the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
Fortunately, the IRS has recognized the challenge that understanding the ACA can be, and in response it has released new guidelines intended to assist employers with questions they may have on a number of healthcare-related topics. IRS Notice 2015-87 provides guidance on...Read More