Monthly Archives: July 2011

Fees: How do yours stack up?

Posted on by Jim Philhower | Category Practice Analysis

Fees are the number one determining factor for the profitability of a dental practice, yet how many offices apply a deliberate strategy when setting or raising fees? In my experience speaking to countless dentists over the years, it isn’t many. … Continue reading

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iPads in the dental office: not just for Angry Birds

Posted on by Jen McGuire | Category Technology

Tablets PCs like the ipad are ideal tools for the dental office. In addition to the “wow” factor they generate (not insignificant given the positioning power of hi-tech), there are quite a few practical applications as well. Use one at … Continue reading

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Dental Team Dysfunction

Posted on by Jim Philhower | Category Team Harmony

Does your team overreact to criticism?  Constantly complain about each other? Refuse to work cohesively as a group? Consistently exclude one team member? Hopefully your answer is not “all of the above”! However, if it is, you can be sure … Continue reading

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Avoiding the Summer Slump

Posted on by Jim Philhower | Category Recare

Summer is finally here and with it comes vacations, camps, family get-togethers, ballgames, festivals, and much more. People are busier than ever during the summer and it can be easy for dental care to slip down the list of priorities. … Continue reading