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ADA Moves Credentialing Service to New Technology Provider

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An experienced dentist of more than 30 years, Roderick Garcia, DMD, treats patients of all ages at his family dental practice in Albuquerque, New Mexico. To keep up with the latest techniques in the field of dentistry, as well as network with other industry professionals, Roderick Garcia, DMD, maintains an active membership in the American Dental Association.

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ADA Moves Credentialing Service to New Technology Provider

  1. 1. ADA MOVES CREDENTIALING SERVICE TO NEW TECHNOLOGY PROVIDER Roderick Garcia DMD
  2. 2. Introduction  An experienced dentist of more than 30 years, Roderick Garcia, DMD, treats patients of all ages at his family dental practice in Albuquerque, New Mexico. To keep up with the latest techniques in the field of dentistry, as well as network with other industry professionals, Roderick Garcia, DMD, maintains an active membership in the American Dental Association. The American Dental Association (ADA) recently announced that it is taking proactive steps to secure new technology to support the ADA Credentialing Service.
  3. 3. American Dental Association  The organization is undertaking this effort to provide their members with both a high level of service and the latest and most secure methods of protecting their private data. The ADA is the largest dental organization in the United States. Given its size, the organization says it is also switching to a new technology platform as a means of keeping its commitment to meet the credentialing needs of its approximately 150,000 members.

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