5 steps to start your own independent practice

Written by: Susanne Madden, MBA with Physicians Practice on June 5, 2019– Advice for how to go solo – and be successful. Physicians decide to strike out on their own for a multitude of reasons. Some find a desire to do it their own way after years of working as an employed physician in another…

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Three Keys to a Practice Comeback

Written by: Roger P. Levin, DDS with DentistryiQ on November 10, 2011– Systems for customer service, scheduling, and case presentation are key to jump-starting growth in your dental practice, says Dr. Roger P.  Levin. At a recent business conference sponsored by the Harvard Business School, I heard several speakers emphasize the same point … successful…

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4 Tips For Starting A Successful Dental Practice

Written by: Elita Torres on August 10, 2020– So, you are planning to take your career in dentistry to the next level by opening a dental practice of your own – congratulations! But before you start looking for a place to start your practice, there are a few things you need to put in place. Just like…

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Things to consider before opening a dental practice

Written by:  Dental Tribune USA on January 27, 2021– The path to opening a dental practice can feel overwhelming. It is important to work with a team you can trust. Henry Schein Equipment Specialists can provide support through the entire process and help build your project team. Before entering the design process, establish your goals…

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Mitigating Risk

Mitigating risk as the pandemic persists

Written by: Robin Ntoh with Physicians Practice on December 15, 2020– Tactics to consider as you contemplate emerging risks and refine your COVID-19 response. As COVID-19 cases rise around the United States, the welcomed uptick in appointment volume that many physician practices experienced in August and September is in danger of evaporating. At this point, all we know for…

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Physician Burn Out

Overcoming physician burnout in the midst of a global pandemic

Written by: Lisa Grabl with Physicians Practice on December 14, 2020– Addressing burnout is crucial to your long-term happiness and success as a physician. Physician burnout was a problem before COVID-19 appeared, and the pandemic has only increased the levels of burnout among all of our healthcare providers. During a recent webinar with Locumstory.com, Dike Drummond, The Happy MD,…

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Is now the time to start your own dental practice?

Is now the time to start your own dental practice?

Written by: Tyler DeStefano with DentistryIQ on March 8, 2019– Taking the big step of buying your own dental practice can be daunting. But if that’s your goal, you should start looking for a practice now. The idea of owning and running a business can be daunting. You are not only a dental provider, you are also a business…

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5 Mistakes to Avoid When Starting a Medical Practice

Written by: Teresa Iafolla with eVisit on January 28, 2016– So you’re launching your own practice—and probably feeling a little intimidated, right? As you’re getting started, you’re likely to run into some key decisions that could impact your eventual success. How do you avoid those common mistakes that could work against your medical practice? We’ve gathered together a list of…

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Covid Dental Med

How 4 practices are creatively mitigating COVID-19 risk and gaining patients in the process

Written by: Justin Bosco with Dentistry iQ on October 26, 2020– Since the novel coronavirus pandemic began earlier this year, dental practices have had to quickly adapt to new infection control policies and new expectations from patients. While most dentists and patients alike are adjusting to the “next normal,” some practices have also found innovative and creative ways to…

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