KPIs for Group Practices

KPIs for Group Practices

Apr 14, 2021

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We’ve all seen dramatic fluctuations in the dental landscape. You’re in good company if you worry about keeping your schedule full, retaining patients and maintaining your bottom line in your group practice. And although change is inevitable, there are things you can do to build a strong foundation that will last through challenging times.
Key performance indicators (KPIs) reveal the financial health of your practice, so monitoring your organization’s KPIs is one of the first steps in improving efficiency, optimizing production and driving higher profitability.
To discover how to take that first step, join us for a free, one-hour webinar by Mike White, of CLA, and Jill Nesbitt, Henry Schein One senior customer success manager. You’ll find out which KPIs are most important for group practices and what tools can help keep your practice strong.
You’ll also learn:
•What you can do immediately to avoid or reverse dangerous trends
•How to use KPIs to make strategic business decisions
•Why you need real-time reporting for both individual sites and your entire organization
•How a cloud-based, centralized practice management system helps give dental groups the KPIs they need
Don’t miss this opportunity to understand what KPIs you should be monitoring and how a cloud-based practice management system such as Dentrix Ascend can deliver the data you need to set your practice up for immediate and long-term success.
Presenters:
Mike White Mike White is an experienced principal with a demonstrated history of working in the healthcare industry, specifically with independent dental practices and dental support organizations (DSOs). Mike is one of the national leaders for CLA, specializing in the dental and DSO BizOps (accounting and CFO) services.
Jill Nesbitt With 20+ years in dental practice management, Jill Nesbitt, MBA, works with dental organizations from emerging groups to national DSOs as one of the Dentrix Ascend experts at Henry Schein One. She started her career managing a multispecialty group practice, then became an independent dental consultant working with multisite dental groups to achieve measurable outcomes. 
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