planning

4 things you need to do before expanding your practiceExpanding into a multi-location is every bit as challenging as it sounds, so preparation is key.
How I managed to create a paperless office
How I managed to create a paperless officeThe transition to paperless can seem daunting, but in the end it could have big benefits for your practice.
12 steps for creating a HIPAA compliance plan
12 steps for creating a HIPAA compliance planCreating an effective HIPAA compliance and cybersecurity plan can be the key to your practice’s success.
Am I too early (or too late) to implement my retirement plan?
Am I too early (or too late) to implement my retirement plan?It's time to start implementing your retirement time now, and you can start by seeking expert opinions.
How to make 2017 your most successful year ever
How to make 2017 your most successful year everHow to use goal-planning to create and maintain a thriving practice in the new year.
Why benchmarks can make or break 2017 for your dental practice
Why benchmarks can make or break 2017 for your dental practiceAt the end of the year—or the beginning of the new year—strategic planning is beneficial. Evaluate the past year and set new goals. Focus on progress, development and success. Establish benchmarks.
Technology planning for the fourth quarter and beyond
Technology planning for the fourth quarter and beyondPlanning for new technology implementation can streamline the process and make the transition much easier.
5 ways for your dental practice to keep its momentum
5 ways for your dental practice to keep its momentumChange takes time commitment and perseverance. The good news is that, whatever change you want to make, building a plan and setting mile markers will help you keep on track.
Top three tips for becoming a dental speaker or consultantWould you like more from your dental career? Do you anticipate that your knowledge, skills and experience, if shared, could help other dental professionals and teams reach their goals? Have you ever wondered if you have what it takes to be a speaker or consultant in dentistry?
Why it's critical to lead with vision and goals in the dental practiceWhen dentists ask me what it takes to be a good practice leader, I give them a simple answer: Vision. Only when you have a clear, specific idea of where you want to take your practice can you effectively plan your growth, make the best decisions and inspire staff.