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Archive for month: December, 2017

In meetings, focus on ways to meet challenges.

In meetings, focus on ways to meet challenges. A well-run staff meeting can have a highly positive impact on office morale. Rather than complaining about problems, brainstorm to find solutions. This will not only improve performance but also help everyone approach the day with an upbeat attitude.

Friday Freebie: Download Dr. Levin’s free whitepaper,“The 9 Areas of Expertise: Team Building,” by clicking here.

In meetings, focus on ways to meet challenges.

In meetings, focus on ways to meet challenges. A well-run staff meeting can have a highly positive impact on office morale. Rather than complaining about problems, brainstorm to find solutions. This will not only improve performance but also help everyone approach the day with an upbeat attitude.

Friday Freebie: Download Dr. Levin’s free whitepaper,“ The 9 Areas of Expertise: Team Building,” by clicking here.

 

In meetings, focus on ways to meet challenges.

In meetings, focus on ways to meet challenges. A well-run staff meeting can have a highly positive impact on office morale. Rather than complaining about problems, brainstorm to find solutions. This will not only improve performance but also help everyone approach the day with an upbeat attitude.

Friday Freebie: Download Dr. Levin’s free whitepaper, “The 9 Areas of Expertise: Team Building,” by clicking here.

 

In meetings, focus on ways to meet challenges.

In meetings, focus on ways to meet challenges. A well-run staff meeting can have a highly positive impact on office morale. Rather than complaining about problems, brainstorm to find solutions. This will not only improve performance but also help everyone approach the day with an upbeat attitude.

Friday Freebie: Download Dr. Levin’s free whitepaper, “The 9 Areas of Expertise: Team Building,” by clicking here.

 

Move beyond communicating to motivating.

Move beyond communicating to motivating. Whenever you are communicating with endo patients, be mindful about the practice’s objectives. Use scripts to influence patient behavior… whether it’s showing up for an appointment, accepting treatment, complying with instructions, paying what’s owed, or making referrals based on the great service your practice provided.

Additional Resource: Watch Dr. Levin’s video, “Value Creation Scripting,” by clicking here.

Sell the practice.

Sell the practice. Every pedo practice needs a brief script to begin the marketing process with parents of potential patients. Summarize the aspects of your practice that differentiate you from your competitors. Make sure that everyone on the team is comfortable repeating the script over the phone and face-to-face with parents of prospective patients.

Additional Resource: Watch Dr. Levin’s video, “Value Creation Scripting,” by clicking here.

Advice for the Hygienist – Explain that the hygiene visit is more than “just a cleaning.”

Advice for the Hygienist – Explain that the hygiene visit is more than “just a cleaning.” It is important that patients understand and value the services provided during the hygiene appointment, recognizing that they are receiving the highest possible quality of care. A simple dental hygiene brochure will help.

Additional Resource: Watch Dr. Levin’s video, “Value Creation Scripting,” by clicking here.

Advice for the Treatment Coordinator (TC) – Make it easy for prospective patients.

Advice for the Treatment Coordinator (TC) – Make it easy for prospective patients. Typically, the orthodontist performs an examination and utilizes radiographs to determine the treatment plan. The treatment coordinator supports the recommendations with value-building scripts. Emphasizing the benefits of treatment is critical for motivating parents and adult patients to accept recommended treatment.

Additional Resource: Watch Dr. Levin’s video, “Value Creation Scripting,” by clicking here.

Move beyond communicating to motivating.

Move beyond communicating to motivating. Whenever you are communicating with surgical patients, be mindful about the practice’s objectives. Use scripts to influence patient behavior… whether it’s showing up for an appointment, accepting treatment, complying with instructions, paying what’s owed, or making referrals based on the great service your practice provided.

Additional Resource: Watch Dr. Levin’s video, “Value Creation Scripting,” by clicking here.

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