the amount paid for the treatment, the amount owed or the fact that the patient is a debtor of the practice. a) I will not enter into the seller`s practice without prior agreement and agreement with Encompass. I will not speak to VENDEUR, seller`s patients, salesperson`s employees or SELLER components. b) All property information provided by Encompass (or practice) is confidential. “Owner information” does not contain information that is or will be readily available to the public. c) Unless otherwise written agreement, I will not disclose or disclose proprietary information to third parties that my legal or financial advisor who actively analyze the information for purposes other than the proposed purchase transaction. d) If I decide not to proceed with the proposed transaction, I will notify Encompass at all times and provide all proprietary information to Encompass that will be provided to me for the supplement. (e) Although Encompass and the seller have included in proprietary information that they deem relevant for my review of the state of practice, Encompass cannot accept any guarantee or guarantee as to the accuracy or completeness of this information. Therefore, all information is subject to my verification. (f) The acquisition by me of property or business secrets is considered confidential at the time of the publication of these documents. Any unauthorized use of this information is presumed to be considered an intentional act in the event of bad faith in violation of this agreement. Note that it is possible to have an employment contract with 1) a non-competitive provision, 2) a non-invitation provision and 3) a confidentiality provision, instead of preparing three separate agreements.
Staff ManualsThe staff manual conveys the philosophy and objectives of the dental practice to employees. Hygienists, receptionists and other office workers are the face of the dental practice. They create the atmosphere of the practice that will improve or decrease the goodwill of the practice. Manuals can provide guidance to staff to ensure a consistent position throughout practice. If, for example, the practice is proud to be professional and orderly, friendly and compassionate, the staff manual should express these objectives to all employees. In addition, since dental staff play a key role in developing the public image of a dental practice, effective management of staff is essential. Happy and satisfied employees offer excellent service. Effective communication between employer and workers should not be overstated. Staff need to know what practice expects of them and what they can expect from practice.
Typically, only a dentist enters into an employment contract with the firm, while other employees do not have written agreements with the dental practice. Therefore, the staff manual may understand that discussions about patients should not take place in the public spheres of practice. There are certain circumstances where the general interest prevails over the patient`s right to confidentiality. These may be cases in which disclosure would prevent a serious risk to the public or help prevent or prosecute serious offences. In a dental context, a dentist`s personal data concerns a patient: the code of confidentiality of practice provides the necessary procedures to ensure that we comply with the Data Protection Act 1998.