Why it’s time to deal with employee burnout

On-the-job burnout—already a problem for many dental offices—has become more amplified because of the pandemic. Here’s what can you do to help keep employees motivated. written by: Jill Meyer-Lippert, RDH The American Dental Association recently recognized that...

A Method to the Madness: Insurance Credentialing

written by: Jill Shue, FAADOM So you’re looking to add a new dental insurance network or perhaps you are purchasing a practice and looking to join a network to allow for continuity of care for patients through the transition. Be sure to plan accordingly, allow for the...

Are You Listening to Your Team?

Are You Listening to Your Team? Written by Corinne Jameson-Kuehl, RDH, BS, Owner “Most people do not listen with the intent to understand; they listen with the intent to reply.” – Stephen Covey. We are naturally wired to “listen” to someone speaking for the purpose of...

Keeping political peace within your practice

While 2020 has provided ample reasons for tensions to run high within dental practices, many may feel like the presidential election has added a heightened level of anxiety and potential for conflict. According to the Society for Human Resource Management, of 522...

Who is the Pot-Stirrer in Your Practice?

By Corinne (Corey) Jameson-Kuehl Today, more than ever, people are stressed and our dental offices are affected just as much as any other workplace. It seems I am getting calls weekly asking for “how to deal with a toxic team member”…or how to work...