Everyone can feel a bit squeamish about asking for a referral, but when you are making the patient experience a primary focus of your practice, referrals come easily.
Dentists spend 15,000 hours learning how to be a dentist but typically receive ZERO hours learning how to become a business owner. This Expert Webinar will show you how to use your practice’s numbers in a simple and effective way so that you focus on what is important – building your business.
In this webinar, we discussed:
We all like to think that the customer or patient is always right. But the most successful practices make the emotional and financial well-being of the team their top priority. We will be talking about strategies to keep your team a top priority, how that provides a positive ROI, and how the investment in your team allows you to leverage your time and build your practice, and have a life.
Proper communication between team members, and between Dr. and team, is critical to long-term success.
We explore some techniques that will help you overcome common communication obstacles.
Dr. Todd Snyder, DDS, AAACD, is a successful practice owner, cosmetic dentist, author, and international lecturer. Dr Snyder offers a lot on many levels to not only his patients but also his colleagues around the world.
All too often, dental offices don’t get paid for what they produce because insurance reimbursements are too low or are not properly calculated. The responsibility to collect then falls to your office, and you must send out bills.
Every day, dental assistants face a variety of challenges in their job. How those challenges are met can affect the professional and personal lives of these valuable team members. In this fast-moving, informative webinar, dental assistants can learn how to identify issues that can “get under your skin” and how to deal with them.
Without special effort, team meetings can be long, tedious, and unproductive. But with some guidance, they can help get the team aligned and motivated to serve patients and improve your bottom line.
It’s a natural part of the business lifecycle – an exit. In this Study Club, we’ll take a look at the transition event, and specifically talk about:
You are the proud owner of an independent dental practice. Your schedule keeps you busy, but revenue growth has slowed. What do you need to consider in order to get those collections growing again?