As famous explorer Captain James Cook discovered, getting bogged down in administrative tasks you’re not suited for is a recipe for unhappiness. In this article, cloud-based dental practice management expert Andy Jensen lays out how using the cloud can help you spend more time focusing on the things about the practice of dentistry that make you happy.
When most dentists think of retirement planning, they think of the math: How much money will they need? What type of accounts are best? As a result, many are caught unawares by the emotional difficulty of walking away from a role that has defined their adult lives. In this article, Rob Ziliak, CFP, examines the most underappreciated aspect of a dental practice transition.
Now in its third year, DE’s Principles of Practice Management Conference is set to take place July 12–13 in Indianapolis, Indiana. Whether you’re looking to build a up a single practice, expand to multiple locations, or start a dentist-owned DSO, this conference is for you.
The process of developing and owning multiple dental practices is very complex and requires many steps to be successful. Dental practice growth expert Vincent Cardillo discusses the six stages of growth. Here he explains the final stage, Stage 6: 41 or more practices.
Dr. T is an example of a discouraged dentist, who has tried everything to get his practice back on track, but without success. He found a consultant that was able to offer him some choices. Dr. T chose what was best for his practice, and eventually regained his momentum.
This expert has helped many dental practices grow from a single practice into multiple offices. There are many steps involved to accomplish this growth successfully. In this article, Vincent Cardillo guides dentists in the growth process into 10 to 20 offices.