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Practice Management Webinars

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Upcoming Webinars

Locum Tenens Dentists: Opportunities Abound
February 26, 2019
12:00PM - 1:00PM CST

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Learn more about the administrative practices and policies of third party carriers in instances where the absent dentist is in-network with the plan and a temporary dentist, who is not in-network with the plan has been hired to treat patients expecting to be treated by a network dentist.  Plans have various practices and policies when it comes to locum dentists and while some of these policies may be similar, they do have their differences.

In this webinar you will hear from a:

  • dentist who was going to be on short leave and needed to hire a temporary dentist and what it took to hire that dentist;
  • dentist who has provided temporary dental services and how the dentist discovered those opportunities;
  • major dental plan who will explain its policies on locum tenens dentists.

GPS Managing Patients Webinar: You Want Me to Say WHAT to a Patient?! How to Resolve Delicate Patient Situations with Tact and Diplomacy
March 12, 2019
12:00PM - 1:00PM CST

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Creating a system of accountability allows each team member to understand what the job is and who is responsible for making it happen. Having a collection of standards simplifies task completion, accountability and management. Primary topics for the program will include: Phone Calls from Prospective Patients, Patient Cancellations, No Shows, and Dismissals.

This program is sponsored by the ADA Council on Dental Practice. It is the seventh in a series of webinars based on content from the ADA’s Guidelines for Practice Success™ (GPS™) modules and recaps some of the information available in the GPS module on Managing Patients.

Following the program, participants will be able to:

  • Create and foster a practice culture that’s authentic and patient-driven
  • Manage delicate conversations with patients with sensitivity and professionalism
  • Develop business and communications protocols that enhance production