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Documentation with a Twist: Protecting and Presenting Your Career

Documentation is critical in the patient care process and represents a chronological history of the patient’s treatment. Your records have been requested by an authority – would they pass inspection?

During the dental treatment plan process, dental professionals use APIED (Assess, Plan, Implement,Evaluate and Document). You never get a second chance if your patient records are requested. Participating in this program we will review the steps to proper documentation. After focusing on the steps used in documenting patient information, we will use the same step process in providing information that you present to potential employers. You never get a second chance to make a good first impression. The first impression of you to a potential employer is your resume. Does your resume reflect your true potential? Join in for an interactive program to learn how to effectively document clinically and to maximize your dental career potential.

Learning Objectives

•  Discuss ADPIED in the process of patient care and its role in documenting clinical practice and patient care
•  Summarize steps for proper documentation to ensure patient safety, compliance and treatment
•  Describe the resume process as a form of documentation
•  Examine the interview process

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