The cold, rainy, snowy, ugly dreary dental months happen every year. Many of us just yearn for this to reverse. Is this you?
Let’s talk insurance and tools to use to get past the general feeling about it. Here is an excercise that can help identify exactly how we feel about it.
It’s no secret that in most practices there is a lot of treatment that is recommended but goes undone. Sometimes, the amount of this is shocking.
AMP is often in offices coaching team members that are consistently ‘too busy.’ These folks are usually too busy to get orders done properly.
What does the junk drawer in your practice look like? Is the junk drawer of your business messy, unorganized and flatlined?
Most employees think they deserve a salary increase simply because they have been there “a long time”. Have we forgotten what “MERIT” means?
Taking a break from the traditional post this week in the wake of the recent tragedy that happened in California. During times like this it can be beneficial to look at what lesson is in this? At times that seems impossible; however, sometimes strength and courage can be a result of something horrible. The passing…
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.