Most dental clinics in Canada have been closed for weeks amid pandemic. As more provinces begin to move into the first or second stage of re-opening, dentists are eager to begin seeing patients again. But given the very intimate nature of the profession, reopening dental clinics means adapting to many new protocols, which could lead to additional operational costs.
In this episode, Calvin Carpenter, Vice President of Professional Services at MNP, and Andy Pushalik, a Partner from the global law firm Dentons, joined RBC Healthcare Talks to discuss what dentists should consider while preparing to reopen for patient visits.
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