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Archive for month: May, 2018

Monitor levels of supplies monthly.

Monitor levels of supplies monthly. No practice wants to run out of essential patient care supplies, such as latex gloves or gauze pads. On the other hand, having two years’ supply of hand soap isn’t an efficient use of resources either. Knowing the amount of supplies the practice uses in an average month should serve as a guide when ordering supplies.

Additional Resource: Read an excerpt from Dr. Levin’s book, “100 Ways to Increase Your Practice Profitability,” by clicking here.

Monitor levels of supplies monthly.

Monitor levels of supplies monthly. No practice wants to run out of essential patient care supplies, such as latex gloves or gauze pads. On the other hand, having two years’ supply of hand soap isn’t an efficient use of resources either. Knowing the amount of supplies the practice uses in an average month should serve as a guide when ordering supplies.

Additional Resource: Read an excerpt from Dr. Levin’s book, “100 Ways to Increase Your Practice Profitability,” by clicking here.

Monitor levels of supplies monthly.

Monitor levels of supplies monthly. No practice wants to run out of essential patient care supplies, such as latex gloves or gauze pads. On the other hand, having two years’ supply of hand soap isn’t an efficient use of resources either. Knowing the amount of supplies the practice uses in an average month should serve as a guide when ordering supplies.

Additional Resource: Read an excerpt from Dr. Levin’s book, “100 Ways to Increase Your Practice Profitability,” by clicking here.

Monitor levels of supplies monthly.

Monitor levels of supplies monthly. No practice wants to run out of essential patient care supplies, such as latex gloves or gauze pads. On the other hand, having two years’ supply of hand soap isn’t an efficient use of resources either. Knowing the amount of supplies the practice uses in an average month should serve as a guide when ordering supplies.

Additional Resource: Read an excerpt from Dr. Levin’s book, “100 Ways to Increase Your Practice Profitability,” by clicking here.

Monitor levels of supplies monthly.

Monitor levels of supplies monthly. No practice wants to run out of essential patient care supplies, such as latex gloves or gauze pads. On the other hand, having two years’ supply of hand soap isn’t an efficient use of resources either. Knowing the amount of supplies the practice uses in an average month should serve as a guide when ordering supplies.

Additional Resource: Read an excerpt from Dr. Levin’s book, “100 Ways to Increase Your Practice Profitability,” by clicking here.

Leadership Advice for the Pediatric Specialist: Be the role model for team behavior.

Leadership Advice for the Pediatric Specialist: Be the role model for team behavior. The way you act has everything to do with the way your staff members act at the office. If you want them to be patient-centric, cope well with stressful situations and display a “can-do” manner, show them how it’s done.

Whitepaper Wednesday: Check out Dr. Levin’s whitepaper, “Level IV Leadership,” by clicking here. Save 25% with code TOD25.

Leadership Advice for the Dentist: Be the role model for team behavior.

Leadership Advice for the Dentist: Be the role model for team behavior. The way you act has everything to do with the way your staff members act at the office. If you want them to be patient-centric, cope well with stressful situations and display a “can-do” manner, show them how it’s done.

Whitepaper Wednesday: Check out Dr. Levin’s whitepaper, “Level IV Leadership,” by clicking here. Save 25% with code TOD25.

 

Principles of Practice Leadership: Facilitate group decision-making and brainstorming.

Principles of Practice Leadership: Facilitate group decision-making and brainstorming. When the endo practice needs to respond to new challenges, come up with innovative growth strategies or review systems, your job as leader is to bring the team together and provide direction. As ideas are generated, make sure they get proper consideration and, if merited, implementation.

Whitepaper Wednesday: Check out Dr. Levin’s whitepaper, “Level IV Leadership,” by clicking here. Save 25% with code TOD25.

Leadership Advice for the Surgical Specialist: Be the role model for team behavior.

Leadership Advice for the Surgical Specialist: Be the role model for team behavior. The way you act has everything to do with the way your staff members act at the office. If you want them to be patient-centric, cope well with stressful situations and display a “can-do” manner, show them how it’s done.

Whitepaper Wednesday: Check out Dr. Levin’s whitepaper, “Level IV Leadership,” by clicking here. Save 25% with code TOD25.

Leadership Advice for the Orthodontist: Be the role model for team behavior.

Leadership Advice for the Orthodontist: Be the role model for team behavior. The way you act has everything to do with the way your staff members act at the office. If you want them to be patient-centric, cope well with stressful situations and display a “can-do” manner, show them how it’s done.

Whitepaper Wednesday: Check out Dr. Levin’s whitepaper, “Level IV Leadership,” by clicking here. Save 25% with code TOD25.

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