Tag Archives: practice management

The Secret to Confirming More Appointments

Posted on by Jen McGuire | Category Marketing

As a dental office, you know that confirming appointments with your patients is a must. If you don’t set up appointments, or hear back from customers with confirmations, you not only lose control of your daily schedule, you also could lose … Continue reading

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How much should you pay for dental consulting?

Posted on by Jen McGuire | Category Practice Management

What costs more: practice management consulting or a new car? That depends on the consultant and whether your taste in cars is more Tesla or Toyota. Chances are they’re in roughly the same ballpark. While it might seem crazy to … Continue reading

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Eliminating the “Profitability Gap” in Multi-Practice Ownership

Posted on by HS We Do That | Category Technology

Centralization Insights from the Dental Business Institute by Vance Taylor The first, most critical upgrade a group practice or DSO can make, in order to create the economies of scale necessary to increase profitability through expansion, is a centralized software … Continue reading

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Painting Your Ideal Patient

Posted on by HS We Do That | Category Marketing, Practice Analysis, Total Health

Gary Kadi – NextLevel Practice Managing finances, offices, and team members can cause a lot of stress for dentists on a daily basis. One of the biggest sources of stress stems from patients, also known as your customers. You rely on … Continue reading

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Examining Insurance Part 3: Eliminating Plans not Patients

Posted on by Jim Philhower | Category Marketing, Practice Analysis

After a thorough evaluation of the insurance plans you accept, you may want to eliminate some or all of them. Remember – although you may have 200 active patients on the plans you want to eliminate, that doesn’t mean all … Continue reading

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Examining Insurance Part 2: Who Should Stay and Who Should Go

Posted on by Jim Philhower | Category Marketing, Practice Analysis

PPOs often have a much bigger impact on practice profitability than the dentist and office manager realize. When the numbers are examined, some plans may completely eliminate the profitability of some procedures. If you’re struggling to remain profitable in an … Continue reading

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