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Take inventory every six months.

Take inventory every six months. As part of your program to control overhead, pay attention to the supplies you have on hand. Many practices end up with supply closets full of materials they don’t really need… or run out of essentials because they had no idea of their inventory. Avoid overages, shortages and waste by counting inventory semi-annually.

Friday Freebie: Download Dr. Levin’s free whitepaper,“ Increasing Production with the Right Systems,” by clicking here.

Take inventory every six months.

Take inventory every six months. As part of your program to control overhead, pay attention to the supplies you have on hand. Many practices end up with supply closets full of materials they don’t really need… or run out of essentials because they had no idea of their inventory. Avoid overages, shortages and waste by counting inventory semi-annually.

Friday Freebie: Download Dr. Levin’s free whitepaper,“ Increasing Production with the Right Systems,” by clicking here.

 

Take inventory every six months.

Take inventory every six months. As part of your program to control overhead, pay attention to the supplies you have on hand. Many practices end up with supply closets full of materials they don’t really need… or run out of essentials because they had no idea of their inventory. Avoid overages, shortages and waste by counting inventory semi-annually.

Friday Freebie: Download Dr. Levin’s free whitepaper,“ Increasing Production with the Right Systems,” by clicking here.

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Take inventory every six months.

Take inventory every six months. As part of your program to control overhead, pay attention to the supplies you have on hand. Many practices end up with supply closets full of materials they don’t really need… or run out of essentials because they had no idea of their inventory. Avoid overages, shortages and waste by counting inventory semi-annually.

Friday Freebie: Download Dr. Levin’s free whitepaper,“ Increasing Production with the Right Systems,” by clicking here.

 

Take inventory every six months.

Take inventory every six months. As part of your program to control overhead, pay attention to the supplies you have on hand. Many practices end up with supply closets full of materials they don’t really need… or run out of essentials because they had no idea of their inventory. Avoid overages, shortages and waste by counting inventory semi-annually.

Friday Freebie: Download Dr. Levin’s free whitepaper,“ Increasing Production with the Right Systems,” by clicking here.

 

Understand that small things count.

Understand that small things count. Whether it’s minimizing waiting time, offering bottled water or providing Wi-Fi, go out of your way to make patients feel welcome and comfortable at your office. One way to set you and your practice apart is with those small, personal touches that people understand and appreciate. This type of customer service leads to more word-of-mouth referrals.

Additional Resource: Watch Dr. Levin’s video, “The New Patient Experience – How To Impress The New Patient,” by clicking here.

Understand that small things count.

Understand that small things count. Whether it’s minimizing waiting time, offering bottled water or providing Wi-Fi, go out of your way to make patients feel welcome and comfortable at your office. One way to set you and your practice apart is with those small, personal touches that people understand and appreciate. This type of customer service leads to more word-of-mouth referrals.

Additional Resource: Watch Dr. Levin’s video, “The New Patient Experience – How To Impress The New Patient,” by clicking here.

Understand that small things count.

Understand that small things count. Whether it’s minimizing waiting time, offering bottled water or providing Wi-Fi, go out of your way to make patients feel welcome and comfortable at your office. One way to set you and your practice apart is with those small, personal touches that people understand and appreciate. This type of customer service leads to more word-of-mouth referrals.

Additional Resource: Watch Dr. Levin’s video, “The New Patient Experience – How To Impress The New Patient,” by clicking here.

Understand that small things count.

Understand that small things count. Whether it’s minimizing waiting time, offering bottled water or providing Wi-Fi, go out of your way to make patients feel welcome and comfortable at your office. One way to set you and your practice apart is with those small, personal touches that people understand and appreciate. This type of customer service leads to more word-of-mouth referrals.

Additional Resource: Watch Dr. Levin’s video, “The New Patient Experience – How To Impress The New Patient,” by clicking here.

Understand that small things count.

Understand that small things count. Whether it’s minimizing waiting time, offering bottled water or providing Wi-Fi, go out of your way to make patients feel welcome and comfortable at your office. One way to set you and your practice apart is with those small, personal touches that people understand and appreciate. This type of customer service leads to more word-of-mouth referrals.

Additional Resource: Watch Dr. Levin’s video, “The New Patient Experience – How To Impress The New Patient,” by clicking here.

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