Monthly Archives: May, 2017

How Report Data Can Help Improve Your Dental Practice

In any small business, data can be an instrumental tool to help improve quality in every part of a business. While data reports can be accurate, without the right data these reports are useless. Along with the correct data, having someone that understands what the data is communicating and how to use this data can…

Tips for Running a Successful Dental Practice

Running a dental practice without error is unheard of. While you may succeed in performing dental duties, it is easy to forget about other factors of success. According to an article from Patient News, the most important element of success is the patient experience. According to Patient News, “The way you manage your dental office…

Millennials and Your Dental Practice

Millennials, the generation of people born between 1982 and 2000, now make up more than a quarter of the US population. In a recent article for Dentistry iQ, Aylin Cook recommends to dental practice owners and managers a number of strategies for connecting with this new generation. Cultivate your online presence—Make sure you have your…

Why You Should be Working to Develop Dental Patients into Practice Advocates

In a recent article published by Dentistry iQ, Sandy Baird discusses the benefits of developing “practice advocates,” the author’s term for “dedicated, loyal, lifetime patients,” and methods for doing so. She starts by explaining that, with only 11% of dentists reporting their practices as operating at maximum capacity, many are constantly working to recruit new…

Strategies for Addressing Asset Protection

Asset protection is a complex topic, but one that is important for dentist to address; Andrew Tucker, JD, CPA, CFP and John K. McGill, JD, MBA, CPA discuss this issue in a recently-published article for Dental Economics. The authors define asset protections as “the mindfulness of an advisor to establish barriers against the future claims…

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