Here is a book devoted to getting dentists paid!

March 1, 1996
The straight-forward, easy-to-read book, "Getting Paid, A System That Works!," published by Trend Systems, teaches dental practices how to offer effective payment solutions that will meet the needs of patients and put added income into the practice. The publication tackles every aspect of collecting payment in a dental practice from developing and using a written financial policy, to communicating fees, to the role each team member plays in obtaining payment.

The straight-forward, easy-to-read book, "Getting Paid, A System That Works!," published by Trend Systems, teaches dental practices how to offer effective payment solutions that will meet the needs of patients and put added income into the practice. The publication tackles every aspect of collecting payment in a dental practice from developing and using a written financial policy, to communicating fees, to the role each team member plays in obtaining payment.

For details or to order your copy, call Trend Systems at 800-801-6419.

TREND SYSTEMS

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