Dental Practice Management Considerations for Us
Dental practice management considerations are huge! There are phones to answer. Schedules to book. Production goals to meet. Insurance claims to file. Treatment plans to present. And there are payments to post. As well as day sheets to balance. Hygiene patients reschedule. And yes, that’s just a few of our daily tasks!
Our Business Systems Include:
- Customer Service – How we Treat Each Other ~ Begins Within & Everything is Marketing.
- Phone Etiquette – Greetings. Juggling. Scripts. Good-byes.
- Hygiene Schedules – Templates. Scripts. Scheduling. Waiting Lists. Reactivation. Inactivation.
- Restorative Schedules – Goals & Block Scheduling. Financial Presentations. Pre-Payment Conversations.
- Accounts Receivable – Insurance Considerations & Calculations. Patient Billing. Credits & Adjustments. Reports.
We require much of our business teams. And without solid organization, things slip through the cracks. The pressure and stress are real. So, what do we do?
Well, each day, we do the best we can. We accomplish what we can. And we know there is always another day. But here’s the catch. The next day might just be like the last! And our ever-growing checklist keeps right on growing!
What are we missing? Because it sure feels like something is off. And that there just might be a better way! Well, you are absolutely right! And the very best part is that it’s better and it’s so simple! You’ve got to try this for yourself. Because I know you will see just how easy it is.
About a year ago, a Canadian dentist called me to ask about my program. And he said he would give it a go. Which he did! And 2 months later he called to say “It works! This really works! My team loves it!”
And there are more success stories! Dental practice coaches, dental marketers, professional educators, curriculum writers, fraud prevention specialists, and the list goes on. All clients who say, “What value! But you really should charge more! You could do so much more!!”
Put my Experience & Education to Work for You!
“More than what?” I ask! I’m doing what I’ve set out to do here. To provide dental professionals with the administrative tools they need to guide their dental practices. Should they choose to do so.
Take the Lead
Dental administrative professionals often lead the practice. Practice Managers frequently take this lead role. Because a dentist wants to focus on dentistry and other facets of the practice.
It’s all good. And welcome to better dental office days!