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CareCredit Direct

December 29, 2016

CareCredit Direct is a web-based software that allows your patients or clients to: Learn about the CareCredit healthcare credit card. Calculate monthly payments based on promotions you accept. Apply for a CareCredit credit card and get an instant credit decision. Make same-day transactions of any size.¹ Select their promotion from options you accept and get […]

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Very Large Dental Practices Seeing Significant Growth in Market Share

August 31, 2015

From the ADA Health Policy Institute: Key Messages From 2002 to 2012, market share increased for dental firms with 20 employees or more, while dental firms with fewer than five employees experienced a decline in market share. During the same period, very large dental firms – those with 500 employees or more – also saw […]

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AADPA 2014

January 16, 2014
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High Tech Budget for 2014

December 8, 2013

Are you planning your practice budget for 2014? Be sure to include technology. Technology is a cost of doing business in the modern world. As such you should plan for it and include technology as part of a dental practice budget. Standard dental office budgets rarely include technology. We have line items like rent, staff, […]

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Evoking Online Trust

November 19, 2013

From Seth Godin: Interactions rarely happen with people we don’t trust How is it that someone sees your website or your social media presence or your email and decides to interact? The decision to interact happens before someone actually listens to what you have to say. Here’s a way to think about the factors that […]

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Surveillance Changes Behavior

September 10, 2013

From NYT, interesting: The savings from the theft alerts themselves were modest, $108 a week per restaurant. However, after installing the monitoring software, the revenue per restaurant increased by an average of $2,982 a week, or about 7 percent. The impact, the researchers say, came not from firing workers engaged in theft, but mostly from […]

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Guide to “Going Paperless”

August 25, 2013

2013 Updated Version Now Available Is it really possible to go paperless? How can I turn all this junk into a digital record? And why should I even bother? As a dental practice management consultant, I will tell you that it is possible to create a completely paperless dental record. And going paperless can save […]

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Reactivation Equation One Million Dollars

June 24, 2013

In case you missed it. Many dentists spend countless hours and tens of thousands on marketing efforts chasing the elusive new patient while sitting quietly on a fortune. The ADA estimates the average dental practice generates between $700,000 and $1 million worth of incomplete diagnosed treatment per year. From 20 to 30 percent of your […]

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Do You Need To Upgrade Your Technology?

March 11, 2013

When income declines, (due to the general economy or whatever,) one of the first places dentists look to cut costs is IT (technology). However a good argument can be made that IT is the last place to cut as good technology properly utilized will save you money. The following five situations indicate you may need […]

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