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Is This Really the Best Time to Buy a Practice?
May 1, 2020 Feature Dental practice transitionNew dentistsOral Health OfficePractice ManagementPractice Operations

Is This Really the Best Time to Buy a Practice?

by Jackie Joachim, ROI Corporation

ABSOLUTELY!!! And here is why. If your ultimate goal is to own your own practice, then do not pass on a good office because of the times we are currently in. An economic crisis can be the best possible time

July 12, 2016 News Dental practice transitionGeneral NewsManagementPatient educationPractice managementPublic Relations - Patient CareTeam motivation

How Relevant Are You in Changing Times?

by Oral Health

Change is everywhere and especially in dentistry.  How are you adapting to the changes and using them to be more relevant to your patients? Technology, as we all know, is revolutionizing what the dentist is able to accomplish in the

December 8, 2015 News Community Dental CareDental practice transitionGeneral DentistryGeneral NewsPatient Management

Do Your Patients Own Their Oral Health?

by Kahaliah Richards

Help patients say “yes” to the treatment they need…. How would it be if all our patients accepted our treatment recommendations without having to be pressured, without stress or rejection? Why do dental patients reject appropriate treatment? 85% of case

September 8, 2015 News Dental CareDental industryDental practice transitionDental TeamGeneral NewsManagementOffice ManagementPractice management

Core Team Decision Making

by Kahaliah Richards

Do you have positive influencers in your practice? We continue from last week by considering the strategic type of decision making when implementing change into your practice. Decision Style – Core Team decision making: The leader trusts and depends on

August 20, 2015 News Dental CareDental practice transitionGeneral DentistryOffice ManagementOverall HealthPractice managementSocial Networking

Does Your Practice Schedule Run Behind?

by Kahaliah Richards

Be aware of the little habits that make a big difference.. Below are some common reasons that dental practices run behind. Identify if any apply to your practice and then discuss at the next team meeting to brainstorm solutions. 1.

August 11, 2015 News Dental industryDental practice transitionGeneral DentistryManagementMedical newsOffice ManagementPractice management

Capture the Brain Power in your Practice

by Kahaliah Richards

Move great ideas forward….. Ever have a great idea bubbling in your brain that you share with one or two colleagues throughout the day? An idea to minimize tasks, bring new patients to your practice or how to save on

May 19, 2015 News Dental practice transitionGeneral DentistryGeneral NewsPatient educationPatient ManagementPublic Relations - Patient CareWellness

The Patient is a CUSTOMER

by Kahaliah Richards

Your critical area of focus… In today’s fast paced world of change, competition and customer (patient) sophistication, it is critical to focus on your service, reputation and referrals. Also critical, is to know how your patients feel about you, talk

August 19, 2014 News Dental practice transitionGeneral NewsMedical newsOverall HealthPractice management

What has chronic kidney disease got to do with building my practice?

by Kahaliah Richards

Good question. As it turns out, just about everything. Let me tell you why. This week I posted on social media a study linking periodontal disease to chronic kidney disease. The response?  It is the first time our Facebook page

March 20, 2014 News BlogsDental practice transitionDental TeamGeneral NewsManagementOverall Health

Six Keys to Cohesive Leadership

by Kahaliah Richards

Dental practices are similar to other businesses in corporate America:  They’re made up of a team of people working towards a common goal.  Much like other businesses, every practice has a leadership team.  The size of that team can vary

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There is a god; we made the New York Times Sunday Review

by ken

IT’S become commonplace to criticize the “Occupy” movement for failing to offer an alternative vision. But the thousands of activists in the streets of New York and London aren’t the only ones lacking perspective: economists, to whom we might expect

August 27, 2011 News APPsDental practice transitionOffice designTrends in Dentistry

Renovating your office and don’t have a clue

by ken

Most of us may be practicing longer than we thought thanks to the economy, or not, but the look and feel of our offices are very much the focus of customer service. As always, in that this week is dedicated

July 10, 2011 News Dental practice transition

Planning to sell? Your best bet is in 2012

by ken

Was there a market crash in 2008? I kid you, but, the boomers got put on hold, and the times they are achangin’…..so read on McDuff. Jul 8, 2011 By Adam R. Decker, CPA Partner, Veros Dental The trend for