Everyone is very familiar with the notion that your team can either elevate you to where you want to be or sink an organization. Having a team of “A Players” is critical if you plan on growing your dental practice.
A dental treatment coordinator is someone that essentially works towards having zero patients with incomplete treatment. But do you need one?
In dealing with Insurance companies in the dental offices we serve, there is a cycle, if you would. The last blog went into depth about the Dental Patient Revenue Cycle, if you haven’t gotten the chance to read that head on over.
It can be every eye opening to walk into a dental office, print the dental patient balance totals over 60 days and simply show it to a doctor. This is one area of the practice that is simply easy to maintain and control. Back to the beginning How does this get out of control in…
Do you remember when you were in Dental School training? The excitement of that first cavity prep or the first time you provided anesthesia? Did you sleep the night before your first crown prep, wondering how you were to get the entire procedure done before clinic was over?
Retirement is something we are asked about often in the dental coaching world. How can I get to retirement faster? Am I funding my retirement the way I should be in order to live the way I am now? At what age should I be thinking about retirement?
Giving back to your community can be very fulfilling, allowing you to make a positive impact, while helping to improve the lives of those in need. Those who take the initiative to give their time to others typically find the leadership itself is very rewarding .
Memorial Day weekend, traditionally marks the beginning of summer! Which as you know kicks off the summer schedule chaos. Often, we hear as coaches in dental offices that the summer schedule lends to holes in the schedule and late cancellations.
Remember how different the world of communication was fifteen, twenty years ago? Actual conversations were had and screen distractions where limited. It seems that the world has gotten so much smaller with Texting, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and whatever is coming next. Do we join the rage, or do we hold true to our old methods of communication. Those that proved reliable then.
Preparing for an interview can be a mission. Having spoken to a handful of doctors that are in the process, they all have the same concern and focus. “Getting it right”. They want to know EXACTLY what to do to find someone that will work well with the team and exceed at their assigned role in the office.