Rick B. on
Tuesday, May 13th, 2014
The moment you get your diploma from dental school, you’ll be thinking about setting up your own practice. That’s what you’ve studied for, right? Before taking the plunge, many dentists will partner up with an established practice. This is a smart way to learn the ropes while you’re learning your craft. However, there will come a time when you’re ready to make the break and start your own business. To make that transition a smooth one, you’ll want to consider the following factors.
Small town dental practice
Rick B. on
Thursday, May 8th, 2014
As the owner of a dental practice, you’ve got your hands full both literally and figuratively. An average patient load is more than enough to keep you working throughout the day. However, you’ve also got a staff that needs your support. While it’s true that a decent office manager should be able to keep things running smoothly, your dental staff will still be looking towards you to set the tone and provide leadership. In some cases, nerves can become frayed and the “ball is dropped” from time to time. Does that mean it is time to clean house? You should always strive to have the best people working for you, but that doesn’t mean your top-notch staff won’t face the occasional bout of burnout. When that happens, you might consider a company retreat to reboot, refresh, and realign your staff.
Dental staff working together.
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