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DEN 223 - Dental Ethics & Jurisprudence - Textbook

Module 10 Learning Outcomes

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  1. Define the term business and discuss its main purpose.
  2. Identify sources of healthcare in the United States.
  3. Examine the inherent conflicts that exist when business models are implemented in the provision of dental care.
  4. Discuss the impact of dental insurance on provision of dental care.

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