Operating a dental practice during the COVID-19 pandemic requires resilience and agility on the part of leaders and staff members. Fortunately, there are three key strategies that any practice can use to ensure a turnaround is successful.
If you’re a dentist in private practice looking to retire, you may need to place your life’s work into the hands of a stranger. How do you find just the right person to step up and in, at just the right time and under the right conditions?
Supplemental medical insurance can be an affordable way to help protect you and your family and safeguard against having to deplete your savings account, a college fund or retirement savings to pay your share of an expensive hospitalization or medical bill.
As dental offices adjust to COVID-19 realities, one area to minimize physical contact with patients is in the payment process.
Managing staff needs and exposure during COVID-19 can be challenging. Here are ways you can be flexible.
Dental practices should create a business continuity plan to guide them through what to do if a disaster impacts their business or local community. Planning for a disaster in advance can minimize the impact of the emergency.