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Keeping political peace within your practice

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...

Who is the Pot-Stirrer in Your Practice?

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...

Dropping Insurances Like They’re Hot

Dropping Insurances Like They’re Hot

By Jill Shue Over the last several months, our team has had discussions with owners over a common theme: dropping insurances. Why is this and is it the right decision? Since offices were shut down for upwards of 8 weeks beginning...

Why Assess STRESS?

Why Assess STRESS?

                        As you look around your office, you may see people who are the picture of productivity. But looks can be deceiving. Your workplace may actually...

1, 2, 3, and GO!

1, 2, 3, and GO!

By Jill Shue 1- Avoid Mass Announcements.Invite select patients for select procedures back into the office. Do not send a mass announcement to your patients announcing a reopening date as this will only open the flood gates. Your...