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Dental practice management Quick Tips from Cambridge Dental Consultants and guest bloggers.

How to chose dental consultants

How to chose dental consultants

Dental consultants are not "one size fits all" so it's key  you find a custom fit for you and your practice. You don't want to bring dental consultants into your practice whose overall vision does not align with yours. Points to consider:

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Dental office working interviews

There’s no such thing as a "working interview" per se. If someone works for you then you have to pay them as an employee. If you do not want to pay the person as an employee skills testing is the alternative. Forbes Magazine here: Pre-Employment Testing: A Helpful Way For Companies To Screen Applicants Kevin Tighe, Cambridge Dental Consultants, Senior Consultant, got bitten hard by the business and marketing bug during long summer days working at his dad's Madison Avenue ad agency. After joining Cambridge as a seminarist in the mid-1990s, Kevin went on to become Cambridge’s senior consultant and eventually CEO. Cambridge Dental Consultants...
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Dental office Google reviews

It is OK to remind patients to leave reviews and to create and share a review link according to Google’s current on-line policy. Many practices now use an outside vendor to generate reviews from their patents such as:www.bestlocalreviews.comwww.fivestarreviewsystem.comwww.socialreviewwizard.comwww.podium.comWhen having to deal with a negstive review this Forbes Magazine article is worth a read How Doctors Should Respond To Negative Online Reviews Kevin Tighe, Cambridge Dental Consultants, Senior Consultant, got bitten hard by the business and marketing bug during long summer days working at his dad's Madison Avenue ad agency. After joining Cambridge as a seminarist in the mid-1990s, Kevin went on to become Cambridge’s...
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Cost of a new dental employee

If you hire someone at $15 per hour times 8 hours per day, you increase your overhead by $120 per day. So that you don't blow out your payroll, you should feel confident collections will increase 4 times per day ($480) during the coming weeks and months. As always, "hire for attitude".  Good attitude begins with having a customer service viewpoint so, if they have customer service background, that is definitely a plus. Other attributes:Eager to learnOutgoing and energeticTake pride in their workOrganizedKevin Tighe, Cambridge Dental Consultants, Senior Consultant, got bitten hard by the business and marketing bug during long summer days...
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