Dental Hygiene Practice Management 1

Overview

Dental Hygiene Practice Management 1

This course relates to the key elements for the development of a business opportunity. Students will also be exposed to the basic business concepts for establishing and operating a successful small business in their chosen healthcare field, and the guidelines provided by the appropriate College and/or regulatory agency. The role of the regulated professional as an employee or self-employed will be considered in the context of establishing job expectations, contractual agreements, advertising regulations and conflict of interest. The relevance of operating policies, documentation management and health and safety will be considered as it relates to the dental hygienist as an employer. Students will be exposed to the responsibilities and realities of operating an independent dental hygiene practice such as financial responsibility and functions as an employer to the employees of the facility.
Course Code:
DENT-3041
Prerequisites:

Take DENT-5012 (Oral Pathology & Pharmacology) DENT-3034 (Community Health Practice 1) DENT-3035 (Professional Practice 2) HLTH-3009 (Multiculturalism in Hlth Care) DENT-3021 (Gerontology & Oral Health)

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