Don’t let the scheduling monster take control!
Scheduling is the most important element of your practice. It is intrinsically tied to your profits, yet I see hundreds of dentists have recurring problems like these. Can you relate?
Do you wonder how your hygiene schedule was full at the Morning Huddle and within an hour, has four openings?!
Are you frustrated when these opening aren’t filled yet your hygiene department is booked solid for six months?
Are you pulling ... Continue Reading →
- Want to maximize your retirement savings?
- Need funds for new equipment, technology, or an office renovation?
- Want to get those debt burdens off your back?
- Having a hard time making ends meet?
If you answer yes to any of these, then, like many dentists, you need a higher net income. Easier said than done, right?!? Actually, it doesn’t have to be that complicated. Let’s answer this question using the KISS (Keep It Simple Stupid) method, it all comes down to the numbers.
You, working alone, ... Continue Reading →
Professional burnout is an epidemic! In a study, just this year, of over a thousand Human Resource managers 98% indicated burnout was actually “sabotaging” their businesses. Many managers indicated professional burnout accounted for 50% of their employee turnover!
Companies across all industries are seeing it impact their business, so they are putting internal programs in place to prevent it before it steals their talent, institutional knowledge, and competitive advantage. It is one of the most prevalent work-related problems in our society ... Continue Reading →
Dental practice embezzlement is a real issue. It is estimated that between 60% and 80% of dentists will know they were embezzled by the end of their career. Who knows how many never know!
Embezzlers create their own, ongoing inventive methods to steal from you. Unfortunately, if your employee is determined to embezzle from you, they will figure ... Continue Reading →
Many practice owners feel like they need to be SUPERDENTIST by day, and the business-minded Clark Kent by night to make sure both of their roles as a dentist and business owner are taken care of. This doesn’t have to be the case. A dental practice that is “organizationally-organized” can alleviate the stress on the practice owner and let them focus on being a dentist.
In the business ... Continue Reading →