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COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

Last updated: April 8, 2020

In this unprecedented health crisis, TDIC is making every effort to ease dentists’ burdens and provide any information available to help guide you.

Here are some of the ways TDIC is working to better serve our policyholders during this difficult and uncertain time:


Financial relief

  • Grace period for insurance premiums is now extended to June 30
  • Credit card and insufficient fund fees are temporarily waived
  • Fees for online Risk Management seminar are temporarily waived

Education

  • Financial health webinars sponsored by TDIC now available
  • All webinars will be recorded and available on the TDIC webinars page.
  • Registration is limited to the first 3,000 attendees.

Advocacy

  • Partnering with CDA and other associations to ensure members can provide emergency care
  • Advising state and federal policymakers about the impact to dentists
  • Advocating for stimulus and relief packages for dentists

Upcoming COVID-19 Webinars

Dental Practice Finance and Managing your Portfolio through COVID-19

Friday, April 10, 10:00 A.M. PDT

Learn how stocks operate, the history of bear markets (the big declines and the bigger recoveries) and how to position a portfolio to provide short-term liquidity and long-term asset appreciation.

Register Now

 
Frequently Asked Questions

TDIC continues to receive inquiries from TDIC policyholders on how to assess and manage the risk of potential exposure. Frequently asked questions have been grouped into the following categories:

  • Economic Relief
  • Employment
  • Infection Control
  • Informed Consent
  • Patient Screening
  • Policy Changes
  • Practice Interruptions
  • Telehealth (new)
Policy Change FAQs

Who qualifies for the new premium grace period?

All current policyholders with payments due through June 30 will have until June 30 to make those payments.

 

Will payment be due even if dentists offices have yet to reopen by June 30?

This unprecedented health crisis continues to evolve. As of the time the decision was made, most local and emergency declarations were scheduled to sunset well before that date. We will continue to monitor the situation and will advise policyholders of further changes to this policy.

 

With many policies renewing on July 1, what other opportunities are there for dentists to help manage their cash flow?

Eligible members can switch from an annual or semi-annual premium payment option to a monthly payment option to help with short term cash flow.

 

How much will I save by converting to part time status?

Individual state regulations dictate the reduction in premiums. Please contact one of our trusted insurance advisors who will provide you with personalized information.

 

TDIC will continue to keep policyholders informed about COVID-19 on this page. Your state dental association may also provide trusted guidance and resources.

Contact TDIC

800.733.0633
riskmanagement@tdicins.com

For policyholders in Idaho, Oregon, Montana, Tennessee or Washington, call 800.452.0504.

TDIC Endorsed Brokers

TDIC Insurance Solutions
California, Arizona, Illinois, Minnesota and Nevada
Phone:800.733.0633
Email: insuranceinfo@tdicins.com

Montana, Oregon and Tennessee
Phone: 800.452.0504
Email: protected@tdicins.com

Conrad-Houston Insurance (Alaska)
Phone: 907.276.7667
www.chialaska.com

Idaho Dentist Insurance Agency (IDIA)
Phone: 208.371.3052
Email: mike@idahodia.com
www.theisda.org

Jerry Hay, Inc. (Hawaii)
Phone: 808.521.1841
www.jerryhay.com

Mid-Atlantic Insurance Resources (New Jersey)
Phone: 877.476.4588
Email: MAIR@pdais.com
www.midatlanticir.com

Pennsylvania Dental Association Insurance Services (PDAIS)
Phone: 717.234.6530
www.pdais.com

Washington State Dentists’ Insurance Agency (WDIA)
Phone: 800.282.9342
www.wdiains.com