Seminar for Dentists and Staff
Please plan on joining us for the MedPro Risk Management Seminar
Our annual Dental Risk Management seminar will take place on Friday, September 22, 2023. This year’s dental seminar topic will be: Dental Malpractice: What it is and how to prevent it; an approach based in risk management and will be presented by Marc Leffler, DDS, ESQ.
This case-based presentation will provide risk management strategies to reduce the potential for being sued for dental malpractice. It will take participants through the dental malpractice litigation process, initially explaining what constitutes dental malpractice and lack of informed consent, discuss the requirements and pitfalls of recordkeeping (focusing on issues specific to Wisconsin), review the most common case types that lead to malpractice claims, provide actual closed case scenarios to demonstrate real-world applications of the principles and conclude with the ways that dental malpractice insurance impacts these circumstances. Attention will be given to the role that office staff members sometimes play in situations that lead to lawsuits, as well as the effects of criticisms by subsequent dental practitioners.
After Dr. Marc Leffler’s presentation, W. Patrick Sullivan, Esq., of Siesennop & Sullivan LLP, will be giving a short discussion on legal trends and allow time for questions. Attorney Sullivan represents professional health care providers, including doctors, dentists, nurses, and nursing homes in malpractice claims and manners pending before professional licensing boards. His experience includes successful jury trials in numerous counties throughout Wisconsin, as well as several hearings before the Department of Regulation and Licensing. He graduated from Tufts University (BA), Columbia University (MA), and Marquette Law School (with honors). He also defends healthcare providers and clinics against employment discrimination claims before the ERD and EEOC. Since 1996, his law firm has represented Professional Insurance Program’s insured dentists in Wisconsin malpractice cases.
Something New from the WDA
Please stay after the Dental Risk Management Seminar for a short announcement about an exciting new program the WDA will launch this fall!
Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center
One John Nolen Drive
Madison, WI 53703
(The seminar will take place in the Hall of Ideas meeting rooms)
Important Dates & Times:
Registration Deadline: 9/7/2023
Dental Risk Management Seminar: 9/22/2023
Registration begins at 7:30 AM and the seminar will take place from 8 AM to 12 PM
Registration Fee for Dental Risk Management Seminar:
By participating in this Dental Risk Management seminar, you can earn 4 continuing education credits and may be eligible for a 7.5% risk management premium credit* for the next three policy renewals.
2 Ways to Register
- Click Here
- Sign in using your ADA/WDA website account information. If you do not have an account, you will need to create one.
- Click on the meeting: 2023 Risk Management Seminar
- Click Register and enter your information. If you are registering more than just yourself, click on Add Additional Registrant.
- Click on Review and Check Out
- Enter payment information and then click on Complete Registration.
- You will see a confirmation screen and will receive an email confirmation within 24 hours.
- Download and print PDF brochure and registration form
- Fill out form
- Mail registration form to:
Professional Insurance Programs
6737 West Washington Street, Suite 2360
West Allis, WI 53214
- Make checks payable to Professional Insurance Programs
- You will be sent a confirmation letter when your check is received.
Deadline to Register: September 7, 2023
Cancellations received through September 7th will receive a full refund
Cancellations received on September 8th and after will receive 1/2 of the registration fee.
*Should you have questions on when your Risk Management credits expire or to see if you qualify, please call your account manager at 414-277-0154 or email us at email@example.com and we will be able to tell you that information. Insureds who have less than 18 months remaining on their 3-year premium credit may take courses for CE credit and to extend their 3-year premium credit period. Insureds who have more than 18 months remaining on their 3-year premium credit may take courses for CE credit only. No extension of the 3-year premium credit period will be made.