Adopting an environmentally friendly approach in one’s dental practice isn’t just a “feel good” activity, it can offer direct and indirect business advantages as well.
Desktop or laptop computers, as well as portable electronic devices like tablets and smart phones must be protected by physical safeguards. Failure to take reasonable steps regarding security may have serious consequences.
There are three broad categories of retirement plans available to dental practices - SEP - IRAs, Simple IRAs and Qualified Plans. As you review these retirement plan options, keep in mind there are many points to consider.
The more dental practices can make the quality of treatment and customer service visible, the stronger the bond we will build with patients. Every member of the team must strive to provide the highest quality dental care.
The high probability that a dental practice someday will experience an emergency medical episode makes it exceedingly necessary to have a fully stocked and updated medical kit available.
Supplemental medical insurance can be an affordable way to safeguard against having to deplete your retirement savings to pay for an expensive hospitalization or related medical bill.
The Dental Practice Success: Spring 2018 edition of Market Buzz features notes on recent economic developments, including mergers and Chinese tariffs.
The new Decoding Dental Benefits series, in every issue of ADA News, features solutions for dentists when it comes to the world of dental benefits and plans.
When dentists rethink how their practices operate, the practices perform at higher levels than ever before.
Dental practices can take key steps to prevent infection from ransomware — invasive software intended to lock away data until the thief receives a payment. Ransomware is just one form of malware, a portmanteau for malicious software.