Many dental practices start out as a small clinic and gradually grow bigger. As your team becomes larger and you have more patients, you might want to hire a manager (or two). But how many is enough? Some clinics have 3 or 4 managers, even when the actual staff count is less than 25. Some people assume managers are inevitable beyond a certain…
Managing your own practice is a dream for many healthcare professionals. However practice management is not a small or easy task. Managing the practice means taking care of many aspects from finance, employees, equipment etc. Unfortunately not every dentist is
Healthcare professionals are passionate about taking care of their patients but that’s not the whole story when it comes to managing your practice. There’s the business aspect to take care of as well. If your clinic doesn’t generate a positive
Managing your own practice can be tough, especially since most healthcare professionals are not trained to run a business. Practice management covers all areas of a clinic including non-care aspects. It’s not just enough to provide good care to your
ROI can be used as a clear indicator as to whether a particular project is worthwhile or not, though it should not be the only criterion. For dental practices, investing in a dental software system requires commitment over the long-term
When dentists start their own practice, they are mostly concerned with the clinical aspects of treating patients such as providing quality dental care, maintaining a good relationship with all their clients etc. But doctors should remember that running a practice also requires good business skills in other areas such as practice management.