There are many things to consider when evaluating the need for another set of hands wielding a drill. In this Study Club session, we’ll take a look at:
In this series of workshops, we will explore the fundamental steps to building a successful dental practice – from assessing the potential of striking out on your own to an exit/transition event.
Renowned embezzlement expert David Harris will share some of his insight into dental office embezzlement with us. He will discuss the embezzlement epidemic facing dentists and will provide some concrete steps that dentists can take to address the problem of employee embezzlement.
A survey by the ADA states that human resource issues are the number one stressor for a dentist. But have you (the dentist) ever considered that YOU might be contributing to problems with your team?
The reality is that no one is born an effective manager. So, we cover in this study club some fundamentals in being a better boss.
Many dental practices are moving towards a chartless or paperless environment. Dentists see increased efficiency and decreased costs as motivating factors. There’s no time like the present to go paperless!
Jennifer Schultz’s vast experience working in the dental industry has unfortunately exposed her to multiple ways that dental practices are losing thousands of dollars in insurance errors. This webinar identifies common insurance mistakes and how to avoid them in your practice
The opportunities provided to the typical dentist by working for themselves are limited only by imagination and determination. But, with the flexibility and opportunity, dentists have to acknowledge that they are responsible for their financial future.
Learn about the financial management of a dental practice—such as analyzing profitability and determining your practice’s overhead. In addition, acquire the latest tax tips for 2016 and beyond!
We examined the basics of dental practice communication between the doctor vs team, and providing a framework for systems that encourage meaningful exchange of ideas. Find out what works best in your office, and learn about what others have done in similar situations.
Many people feel like drama in the workplace is just what comes with the territory. Does it seem like the same people are behind it all, draining away energy, enthusiasm, and optimism with endless complaining, negativity, and gossip? But does that have to be the norm? It is possible to put an end to soap opera behavior and regain control of your practice. This All-Star Dental Academy Study Club is all about understanding dental office drama, and how to overcome it and promote a happy, healthy, and professional practice.