Helping You Move Forward
Our Purpose – We provide expertise and service to free our clients up to do great things.
Now more than ever, that statement rings true for your Burkhart Team. We are here to support you, to listen to you, to stand beside you as we all navigate a new normal with COVID-19. In the Pandemic Recovery Guide, we created and gathered a number of resources from leading industry and healthcare professionals to help along your journey. Please reach out to us if you have questions, need insight, or simply want to talk. We are here to help, whatever you need.
Vaccines + Dental Practices
Dentists are in a place to offer trusted evidence-based education and in some states, even authorized to administer vaccines. This section of the Pandemic Recovery Guide links to state resources and information to help guide you.
COVID-19 Legislation & Facts
A resource curated with you and your needs in mind – with information from legislative decisions, emergency care protocols, how you can be proactive if your office needs to temporarily close, and resources for economic support.
Pandemic Practice Resources
Need help planning your pandemic recovery steps? The Burkhart Practice Support Team provides resources like these to help get you back on your feet. Our purpose is to free you up to do great things – not just during challenging times, but always.
These are the most common questions we’re hearing – what happens if you or a team member gets a positive COVID-19 diagnosis, infection control, scheduling & billing, human resources, questions from your patients, PPP loans, and patient communication.
Infection Control & PPE
The main question on everyone’s mind – how do we protect ourselves, our team, and our patients? With links to interim guidance, how to don and doff PPE, how to fit test N95 masks, and more – we are gathering resources to help.
Even as you’re still trying to understand the situation you’re in, you need to stay engaged with your team. Here are some areas to focus on – reassuring patients, implementing infection control steps, and the new version of team meetings.
Knowing exactly what to say and how to say it isn’t always easy, especially today. You’re not alone. Here are a few thoughts for your consideration.
Navigating the suggested ways to schedule with COVID-19 considerations in mind might seem overwhelming, here are some ideas to help you get started.
Here are a handful of helpful tips as you dive into the world of teledentistry. Put your patient’s concerns at ease and dial in your coding and billing to work for you.
From the first impression to the last impression, it’s important to be attentive to new protocols to ensure patient safety through every step of the process.
Pandemic Recovery Guide Quick References
Interim Infection Prevention and Control Recommendations for Healthcare Personnel During the COVID-19 Pandemic which is applicable to all U.S. settings where healthcare is delivered, including dental healthcare personnel.
ADA Return to Work Interim Guidance Toolkit (ADA)
ADA Digital Events (Webinars)
Contact Tracing by Public Health Agencies and HIPAA Disclosures (ADA PDF)
Strategies to Optimize the Supply of PPE and Equipment (CDC)