Dental Jurisprudence: Recognizing and Navigating Malpractice and Board IssuesDate(s)
Mark B. Lieberman, DDS
Subject: 550 Practice Management and Human Relations
Thursday, May 12: 7:30–8:30 p.m. CDT
Fee: $125 (nonmembers); $75 (members); $37.50 (students)
This will be an in-depth discussion describing the building of an enjoyable, safe and ethical practice; avoiding red flag patients and situations; and managing malpractice complaints and board inquiries.
- Discuss building a successful and enjoyable practice following ethical behavior guides.
- Learn how to assess and avoid clinical and patient issues and prevent their escalation.
- Learn how to respond and manage dental/legal complaints and board inquiries.
Mark B. Lieberman, DDS, has been a practicing periodontist since 1975. He has been a lecturer and attending clinical specialist in periodontics for 25 years at the University of California, Los Angeles School of Dentistry, covering the division of complex and multifactorial treatment planning. He is a section editor and author for ethics, jurisprudence and insurance matters in Carranza’s Textbook. He also has extensive experience as an expert witness for malpractice and board matters.