HIPAA, OSHA, and CDC Concerns

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Join Dr. Greg Grobmyer as he speaks with Attorney, former dental assistant, and Dental Compliance expert Olivia Wann about CDC guidelines, OSHA compliance, and HIPAA concerns.

Attorney Olivia Wann consults on dental compliance.

Meet Olivia Wann

Olivia Wann founded Modern Practice Solutions, LLC in 2000 and later expanded her professional offerings by establishing The Law Office of Olivia Wann & Associates, PLLC in 2012.

As an attorney, Olivia sets herself apart by prioritizing client education. She demystifies complex legal issues, empowering her clients to make informed decisions. Olivia is a dedicated member of the Wealth Council, ensuring that her expertise in estate planning and trust law remains at the forefront of the field.

Choosing our firm for your estate planning, probate, or civil representation needs is a decision you won’t regret.

Why the focus on dentistry? Olivia brings a unique, ground-up understanding to the dental industry. Her experience spans roles as a dental office manager, a registered dental assistant, and a dental software trainer.

Academically, Olivia is no slouch either. She graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration from St. Joseph’s College of Maine and earned her Doctorate in Jurisprudence from the Nashville School of Law.

Find out more at https://www.oliviawann.com.

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