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Doctor Demographics
I write about where to put a practice, the market conditions that are influencing the places where dentistry works best, and the trends that are helping or inhibiting practice.
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Demographics and Politics Part 1

Demographics and Politics Part 1

7/26/2022 1:25:24 PM   |   Comments: 0   |   Views: 100


At this time, the World is getting a little crazy.  In fact, the craziness is right at the nexus of politics and demographics (which is the subject of our episode today.)  
 
In this episode, I discuss the specific aspects of demographics that are causing all the craziness.  And it is worth considering in some detail how folks seem to want to look at politics as a "blood sport."  No, I don't discuss much the morality of choosing one side or another. Assigning blame is unwise.  But it is true that if you are going to choose an area to purchase or start a practice, some places are going to look much better than others.  Hey, that is my job. Right?
 
If we were to look at specific states (both good and bad), North Carolina and Tennessee would come out on top. But WHY do they look good?  Sure, growth is good but that isn't a complete answer.  In the end, folks are voting with their feet.  And what "their feet are telling them" is what matters. 
 
In this episode, I want to go over the top trends that are helping doctors decide where to practice.  And these factors are changing frequently!  Don't be left behind.


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