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The Dental Compliance Hub - Online Training




In our Learning Management System, you'll have access to OSHA & HIPAA training to meet your annual requirements as well as other Continuing Education courses. Each staff member will have his/her own account. You'll be able to manage your staff's courses, see their progress, and access their test scores and certificates.


Remember: Each staff member must complete OSHA & HIPAA training every year. 


Courses in the hub

  • HIPAA Training for Dental Offices

  • OSHA Training for Dental Offices 

  • Sexual Harassment Training

  • Fraud, Waste & Abuse Training

  • Medical Emergency Training

  • Infection Control Training

Featured ONLINE Course

Our Infection Control and Prevention course systematically and methodically goes through the CDC guidelines for Infection Control in Dentistry. This is just another "feather in your cap" to prove that you are serious about protecting the health and wellbeing of your patients and your staff.

4-Hour CE Approved Course Covers:

  • hand hygiene 
  • personal protective equipment 
  • respiratory hygiene/cough etiquette 
  • sharps safety 
  • sterilization and disinfection of patient care items and devices 
  • dental unit waterline safety 
  • and more!

What works best for you? WE have options to meet your needs.

Starter

$447/yr/office


One login (group training)


Access to OSHA, HIPAA, & HB300




Basic

$597/yr/office


Up to 10 users


Access to OSHA, HIPAA, & HB300


$60/year per additional user

Advanced

$747/yr/office


Up to 10 users


Full Access to the entire course library.


$60/year per additional user

Premium

$897/yr/office


Up to 20 users


Full Access to the entire course library


$50/year per additional user

If you have any questions about our online training, please call 817-755-0035.

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