Managing your own dental practice comes with a dual set of responsibilities. Not only do you have to be a good dentist and provide superior care to patients but you also have to manage the business aspects of the practice. That means dealing with employees, expenses, payroll, purchasing and maintaining equipment and so on.
There are a lot of myths and misconceptions surrounding the position of office manager in a dental practice. Many people assume that large practices need an office manager while small clinics shouldn’t waste resources on hiring one. Some dentists even think that office managers create more problems than solve them.
The meaningful use program has been running long enough that most providers are aware of the negative consequences likely to affect their productivity when they adopt any EHR system. Carefully planning the transition to electronic systems can reduce some of