Practice Growth Tips For The Busy Dentist #28
We found some great online articles and wanted to pass them along. We know you’re busy, so this is the “best of the best”. Thanks to DentistryIQ, Dental Economics and Spear Education for sharing information included in these articles.
Since most associates at dental practices are paid based on a percentage of collections or production, it only makes sense that they should be actively involved in the process of promoting the practice.
Simply put, your website needs to be designed to make visitors want to become new patients. At Firegang, we see dentists often make the mistake of assuming that a visually “pretty” website is the same as a conversion-optimized dental website.
Unfortunately that isn’t always the case...
It’s no secret that dental professionals have had an unintentional hand in the opioid epidemic. This dentist wants the profession to be part of the solution, and here are his ideas.
The first step, regardless of whether you are a new or mature practitioner, is to define the characteristics of your ideal practice.
Every practitioner has different opinions about the areas of dentistry he or she wants to include in the practice, the duties of the office staff, and the type of patient he or she prefers to serve.
As an independent dental practitioner, it is often hard to look at your dental clinic as a business as opposed to looking at it as a service-oriented concern. While your main concern is your patient's well-being and satisfaction, you must give enough attention to your office as well.
After all, the best way to bring about patient satisfaction is to ensure all procedures and services from your end are fully optimized for them!
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