As a dentistry professional, the following list of questions are important to review with your new employer, or even with your existing employer as you change positions. Use the below guide to help you get the answers you need as you move on in your career.
Dentistry professionals’ responsibilities can span a variety of areas depending on the field you enter, the size of your place of employment, or even local laws and regulations enforced by the state medical board. It is always a good idea to clarify what your daily responsibilities are, what your employer’s expectations are, and what you are legally allowed or not allowed to practice.
The dentistry profession undergoes changes all the time. As the laws change, and the medical boards expand the roles of dentistry professionals, advancing your education, keeping current with medical best practices or getting specialty certificates for specific fields of medicine are just a few of the myriad ways dentistry professionals can expand their career.
As you further study the dentistry profession, it is especially vital to have your own dental malpractice insurance policy. Even if your employer is encouraging or paying for you to get continuing education, their dental liability insurance policy will not cover you outside of the office and your regular working hours.
Salary negotiations are often a tough subject for interviewees, newly hired or newly promoted employees. Make sure to do research on the starting, average and maximum salary rates for your position, in your medical field, in your state. With the salary being offered, also be sure to measure the additional benefits like PTO, continuing education or access to personal dentistry professional malpractice insurance.
The cost of malpractice insurance for dentistry professionals varies depending on position, type of coverage, and location. With CM&F, malpractice insurance is affordable and comprehensive with plans as low as $81.00 dollars a month. Our competitors cannot match our low prices as well as our encompassing coverage plans. To learn more about pricing for your specific profession in your state, give us a call or get a quote online.
Know the expectations of your employer. If you know the expectations and meet or exceed them on a daily basis, as well as show drive and motivation to grow, your career will advance in no time. CM&F is adamant about protecting the livelihood of dentistry professionals for this very reason. A professional liability insurance policy for dentistry professionals with CM&F eliminates personal financial risk, damages to your reputation, as well as license or medical board repercussions.
CM&F was founded over a century ago. Through up and down markets, CM&F’s dedication to dental professionals has never wavered. CM&F remains committed to making it easy and cost-effective to secure vital professional insurance coverage with: