Technology in a Slow Economy

by Larry Emmott on March 18, 2009

in Management

Before investing in a brand new technology make sure you are getting the most out of what you already have. Spend time and money on training and setting up good office systems and procedures to maximize the technology and the people in the office.

Next establish a goal, or better yet a vision of what the office will be like in the future and how technology will enhance the practice. Too often dentists buy random technology with no clear vision of how it will be implemented. Or they do not buy technology because they do not see a value. Either way they are losing out. My mission is to help dentists see how technology can help the office and save money. Buying the right technology and using it effectively is not an expense but an investment that will pay for itself over and over again.

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