Practice Management, HR and Accounting

5 To Grow On: Part 2
The final installment of this series with the Scheduling Institute’s Jay Geier discusses strategies involving space and equipment, clinical duplication and financial discipline, which require...
by Jay Geier
January 2021
Implementing Teledentistry into Your Practice
The future of dentistry is here and now. Since Covid, virtual visits are now part of reducing viral exposures in the dental office. Virtual visits can provide the pre-covid screening, triaging...
Maria Kunstadter, D.D.S.
CE Credits: 1.5
Starting Off Right: Transform Your 'Receptionist' into a Director of First Impressions
This course details how to raise up the receptionist position and establish a director of first impressions in the dental practice, along with key actions to ensure success. It includes the purpose...
Sandy Pardue
CE Credits: 1.5
Why Some Ideas in Dentistry Die
Over 4 decades of practicing dentistry, Dr. John Wilde noticed that not all of his staff’s great ideas made it into regular usage. What sets the ones that do apart from those that don’t?
by Dr. John Wilde
November 2020
Calamity, Catastrophe and Conflict Management.
Failure to address emotional turmoil is a dangerous business and can lead to burnout, depression, cardiovascular disease and many other physical ailments. This CE course focuses on proven methods to...
Kimberly Harms D.D.S.
CE Credits: 1.5
Office Visit: Dr. Robin J. Henderson
This Townie, who practices in southeast Washington state, won the 2019 ADA Design Innovation Award for renovating a former chiropractic office into a 3,200-square-foot dental practice. Henderson’s...
by Arselia Gales, assistant editor
November 2020
Howard Speaks: Ownership Isn’t for Everyone
Dentaltown founder Dr. Howard Farran, MBA, points out that not every dentist wants to be in charge of a practice. Especially for younger dentists, the concept of checking in and checking out holds...
by Dr. Howard Farran
November 2020
The Psychology Behind Why the Patient Says Yes or No to Diagnosed Treatment
Get your entire team on the same page by building their case presentation confidence and skill level with this in-depth treatment coordination training. This course focuses on how to easily increase...
Sean Field
CE Credits: 3
Creating a Remarkable Dental Practice: Building an Amazing Team
This course talks about the importance of practice culture, how to grow and shape an extraordinary team, and the challenges that all businesses face with hiring and how to improve your odds of...
Fred Joyal
CE Credits: 2.25
Dental Continuing Education: The Dental 401(k) Plan
Dental practice owners who offer 401(k) plans to employees should be asking their provider some questions to ensure that they’re mitigating fiduciary risk and paying a fair amount for services, and...
by Mitchell Tuchman
November 2020
Creating a Remarkable Dental Practice: The State of the Dental Industry
This CE course dives deep into the current state of the dental industry, from insurance to technology to millennial employees. In addition it goes into the ideal mindsets necessary for a remarkable...
Fred Joyal
CE Credits: 2
Grow Your Dental Practice in 2021 (By Doing This in 2020)
Scheduling Institute founder and CEO Jay Geier discusses three areas to focus on in the fourth quarter to maximize practice productivity in 2021 and beyond.
by Jay Geier
November 2020
The Coachable, Capable, Unstoppable Dental Team
When you think of individuals who are masters at their craft, not only are they capable, they also have an underlying foundational characteristic – coachability. Learn what it takes to make this...
Ms. Penny Reed
CE Credits: 2.25
The Future of PPP
J. Robert Brooks, a certified exit planning adviser and business intermediary, explains what dentists who accepted PPP loans must keep in mind before selling their practices.
by J. Robert Brooks
October 2020
From Student to Practitioner
Third-year dental student Emma Bhaskar asked four recent graduates from dental school to discuss life in practice and share advice that could make life better for those who follow.
by Emma Bhaskar
New Grad Edition 2020
Patient Retention Strategies for Practice Growth.
This course will expose how you are currently grooming your patients to experience the feeling of indifference toward you and your practice. Discover the strategies that can be taken to resolve your...
Dana Pardue Salisbury, MBA
CE Credits: 1.5
Hidden Treasures: Finding the Buried Profit In Your Practice
Understand that while some dentists are looking for the latest cutting-edge treatments or technology, many are frustrated, overwhelmed or plateaued. In this presentation, you will be introduced to...
Ms. Heidi Mount
CE Credits: 1.5
Two Years Down, A Lifetime to Go
Dr. Anum Ali, now in her third year of practice, reflects on the changes that have happened in her career since she wrote for last year’s New Grad issue, and shares some lessons she’s learned along...
by Dr. Anum Ali
New Grad Edition 2020
Declining Reimbursement is a Real Problem. Reverse the Trend with Your Own Membership Plan!
For decades dentists have experienced a significant decline in insurance reimbursement that has now become a crisis. Unfortunately, dental insurance has become a major obstacle to providing great...
Dave Monahan
CE Credits: 1.5
Professional Courtesy: Dental Hygienists—Advocates for Practice and Patient Alike
Editorial director Dr. Tom Giacobbi spotlights how great hygienists not only clean teeth but also develop closer ties between patient and practice.
by Dr. Thomas Giacobbi
October 2020
Howard Speaks: Up Yours! (Productivity, That Is)
Dentaltown founder Dr. Howard Farran explains how the coronavirus labor scare has led to increases in practice productivity—and what dentists should do to keep those numbers high.
by Dr. Howard Farran
October 2020
Should I Be Insurance Free?
Continued drops in dental insurance companies’ reimbursement fees and rule changes make the business of dentistry a constantly changing landscape. Learn how to make sense of this changing reality,...
Steve Anderson
CE Credits: 1.5
Dental Practices and COVID-19
Labor attorney John J. Balitis discusses some of the dental practice’s legal rights and responsibilities during the COVID-19 pandemic, such as workplace policies, employee privacy and protection...
by John J. Balitis
October 2020
Increase Practice Revenue, Profit and Valuation without Adding New Patients
The course will cover the market research, practice data, and case studies that show how you can significantly increase the revenue, profitability and value of your practice without adding new...
Dave Monahan
CE Credits: 1.5
Dental Professionals and Cultural Competency
Dr. Cathy Hung, an oral and maxillofacial surgeon and the author of a new book about cultural competency, explains why it’s important for dentists to develop these skills as they treat patients and...
by Dr. Cathy Hung
October 2020
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