change

Why the future is DSOs
Why the future is DSOsDSOs are continuing to grow and capture more market share and greater revenue.
Why the future is DSOs
Why the future is DSOs
The one question dentists need to ask about DSOs
The one question dentists need to ask about DSOsHaving conversations about the future can prove beneficial.
How solo practices can survive as DSOs continue to grow
How solo practices can survive as DSOs continue to growLearning how to change your tactics and mindset is crucial.
How consumer-driven dentistry is creating new opportunities
How consumer-driven dentistry is creating new opportunitiesThe power is beginning to shift from the dentist to the patient.
What’s next—The integrated dental structure
What’s next—The integrated dental structureA look at what the future relationship between insurance and dental practices might look like.
Why solo practice is a poor fit for the future
Why solo practice is a poor fit for the futureA look at the future of dentistry and how solo practices will fit into it.
Are you bored to death in the dental practice?
Are you bored to death in the dental practice?Some questions you need to ask yourself about boredom in the workplace.
7 ways to painlessly introduce change in the dental practice
7 ways to painlessly introduce change in the dental practiceFor dentists who are seeking to grow, change is required. So, how does a practice implement change without striking fear, and resistance, from the team? Simply start small.
5 things to remember when making changes
5 things to remember when making changesWelcome to 2016. It’s a new year, and you probably have some changes you want to make. Some of those changes may even be in your practice. Whether you want to make small changes, like how you answer the phone, or large changes, like how you manage clinical workflow, a plan is necessary to both enact and sustain change.