Dos and don'ts for staff management: Create written job descriptions
September 2, 2014 -- When team members know exactly what the practice expects of them, they will perform better. With a clear understanding of their roles and responsibilities, staff members can achieve the highest levels of efficiency, according to Dr. Roger P. Levin. To avoid misinterpretation, job descriptions must be written, he notes.
Levin Q&A: Is social media right for your practice?
August 28, 2014 -- As three-quarters of consumers rely on social media to influence their purchasing decisions, Dr. Roger P. Levin answers questions about the integration of social media and offers some practical ideas as to how to start, or improve, your use of this important medium.
Leaders in Dentistry: Dr. Stuart Frost
August 25, 2014 -- In our latest Leaders in Dentistry interview, Dr. Stuart Frost talks about advances and evolutions in orthodontic treatments, how he sees older practitioners become inspired by new treatments and technologies, and what it's like to lecture internationally.
Dos and don'ts for handling staff conflict
August 25, 2014 -- Staff conflict is one of the most challenging practice management concerns for dentists. It's also inevitable that disagreements among team members will arise at some point. The key to resolution is to handle the quarrel promptly and effectively, according to Dr. Roger P. Levin.
What dentists can learn from CEOs about managing their energy
August 21, 2014 -- In the latest excerpt from his book, Dr. Roger P. Levin discusses how CEOs are experts at prioritizing and time management. He writes that successful CEOs strive to find the right balance between work, family, and other activities.
Clean the closet
August 20, 2014 -- In her latest column, stress management expert Jen Butler urges shedding some light on your internal closet, for the benefit of you and your practice. As she details, the benefits of cleaning your internal closet go beyond relieving stress.
Blind Spots: What established dentists would do over, if they could
August 18, 2014 -- To say that new dentists face a myriad of challenges in setting up their first practice is an understatement. There's hiring, financing, marketing -- and finding the patients to fill all those comfy new chairs! In her latest Blind Spot column, practice management consultant Jan Keller shares the advice established dentists would give if they could do it all over.
Dos and don'ts for building your practice's value
August 18, 2014 -- As practices adapt to the new dental economy, competition for patients continues to grow. Consumers are spending more carefully, sometimes putting off treatment, and shopping around for lower fees. Patients want more value for their money. In his latest Practice Success tip, Dr. Roger P. Levin offers ways for building your practice's value.
Sheri's Solutions: The invitation
August 15, 2014 -- In her latest Sheri's Solutions, Dr. Sheri Doniger discusses how to make potential new patients feel welcome. She notes that when patients feel as if they received an invitation to our practices, they feel as if they are joining a family of patients rather than becoming a number.
Scams played on dentists: Part 3 -- The insurance industry
August 13, 2014 -- In the final part of this series, Dr. Michael W. Davis details some of the ways dentists and dental offices are vulnerable to scams. This part discusses the insurance industry and concludes the series on the scams played on dentists.

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