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Welcome to the Rhode Island Dental Association

The Rhode Island Dental Association (RIDA) is a professional organization of Rhode Island dentists dedicated to the service of the public and advancement of the profession through education, advocacy, and member services. We serve as our members' main source of information on oral health in Rhode Island. RIDA members have access to local, state and federal political advocacy, Continuing Education, marketing services and more. 

The RIDA is also an invaluable resource for the general public. Whether you are looking for a dentist close to you, want to learn the latest on oral health or have questions about oral health, the Rhode Island Dental Association is here to help you. 

Members of the RIDA have made a special commitment to uphold the ethical code, practice standards and mission of the RIDA: to improve the dental health of the public and to promote the art and science of dentistry.
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Federal government offers updated health care cybersecurity tool

The Office for Civil Rights and the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology announced Oct. 30 the release . . .

The Office for Civil Rights and the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology announced Oct. 30 the release of version 3.1 of the Health and Human Services Security Risk Assessment Tool.

The tool is designed to assist small- and medium-sized health care organizations in assessing security risks. New features of version 3.1 include threat and vulnerability validation, improved asset and vendor management, the capability to export the detailed report to Excel and the incorporation of National Institute of Standards and Technology cybersecurity framework references.

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