Dental Front Office Systems are Building Blocks
Dental front office systems set the groundwork for absolutely everything that happens in our dental practices. And they are also the building blocks from which everything else grows. If there is chaos and confusion at the dental front office, there will be chaos and confusion throughout the practice. However, if there are solid organizational systems in place, the dental practice will grow and prosper.
Weekly Management Systems for the dental front office are the best organization systems you’ll find! I personally developed these systems. And I have used them in both large and small dental practices over the years. Inspired by dental coaches and consultants. Then refined through further education in dental practice management.
Begin today to transform your dental front office and your dental practice with my Weekly Management Systems! Daily tasks specific to certain days of the week help you get it all done!
Describe Your Front Office Systems
Does your front office have a clearly defined operational system? Do you have a written set of systems to follow? Are you happy with the results? And is your hygiene reactivation current? Are your accounts receivable low? And production goals are consistently met? Any area you would like to improve?
If I asked you “What is a system?” What would your answer be? When you look at your front desk, can you say that there is a set of organized procedures to accomplish all the tasks that need to get done? Or are you taking each day as it comes and hoping for the best?
Dental Front Office Systems Reduce Stress
Dental Front Office Systems reduce stress. And they also help us hit our target goals each month! Without systems and processes we experience more chaos, confusion and unfinished tasks and goals. But we can change that today!
A road map and a plan on how to get you from here to where you want to go is so important! A goal is great! But we also need a plan on how to reach that goal.
Dental Front Office Systems with Weekly Management
If you are ready to reduce the stress in your dental day, then this system is for you! There is a lot to learn. And so many directions you could frantically go in. Let me help you bring it all together.
We’ll begin with Week 1 of any given month. My outline for the first week of the month is based on a 4-day work week. But you can easily customize the individual tasks and/or days to reflect your individual position or practice.