Do you ever wonder how you can take your New Patient Experience to the next level? Do potential new patients call your office, but don’t schedule an appointment with your […]
Looking for a dental job can be intimidating and you might rather have a root canal than look for a job. It is possible to make this pain free.
When looking for a position in the dental field, there are a few basic steps that can make the process easier and much more productive.
The culture of your practice is largely dependent on the personalities, capabilities, and attitudes of your team members. They help run the office efficiently and effectively while collaborating with you as partners to deliver a standard of excellent care to your patients. This level of Care Driven® Dentistry reflects why you get up every day, what you do for others, and how you will meet and/or exceed the needs of the others, whether leaders, team members, or patients.
For the majority of dentists, providing affordable treatment and Care-Driven® dentistry is their main priority. Proficient attention to the entrepreneurial aspects of a practice is imperative to that goal. Without an efficient and effective business plan and the promise of consistent growth, a dental practice business can become stagnate, struggle, and altogether fail.
Ask hygienists if they like to sharpen instruments. The answer will be a resounding “NO”! Ask dentists if they like to see their hygienist spending time sharpening instruments. No again, they want them producing or on the phone filling schedules in order to produce. Understandable. It’s a dilemma.
Hiring dental practice staff members is an investment in your team, the future of your practice, and the patient care you provide. Before you hire and then manage dental practice staff, it’s important to understand the practice culture in which you and your team are working. Then, it’s essential to ensure that dental practice staff and prospective hires have the talents and strengths required of their jobs and that align with your practice vision.
A dental office can be a hectic place at peak hours. The chairs are full. There are cavities to fill. X-rays are waiting for review. The front office staff is […]
Making a powerful first impression is critical for setting the right tone – during an interview or even when you meet someone for the first time. And, in the far […]
Someone recently asked me: ‘I’ve got a good number of candidates for my vacancy. How do I make sure I choose the right person?’ Here are some ideas that will help you.
Are you looking for a new job? If so, make sure that you use online job sites to help you to do so.