Team-Driven, Patient-Centered, Practice Management
Doctors: Are you tired of having all the pressures of success on your shoulders? Teams: Do you feel unfulfilled with your role in the practice and your responsibilities? This team-focused course will help you find the myriad of opportunities for increased production in your dental practice, from underutilized CDT codes to undiagnosed dentistry. You don’t need to revamp all of your practice systems to dramatically change the production in your practice.
The lecture will demonstrate how, when we step back and look at the patient as a whole and try to find the “why” of the situation, we end up doing the best for our patient, which often is most productive for the practice. This course is clinically-oriented and reveals how a team approach to diagnosis and treatment planning generates more production than any “gadget” or novel practice system.
While a myriad of topics on technology will be discussed, from CEREC to Waterlase, to implants and Invisalign, you will learn how your practice, even without these technologies, can generate a minimum of $200,000 more a year via thorough dentistry facilitated by team support and education. Dr. Perry promises to show you a few simple techniques that will greatly increase your production per patient and decrease your overhead. You will leave with a clear idea of your practice’s true potential!! This course is presented in two parts, there will be a test after each part to verify successful completion of the online course. The course includes, Part 1 The Exam and Part 2 Treatment Planning for Success
Educational Objectives: After completing this full course the participant should be able to:
- Utilize the ideal comprehensive examination.
- Implement tools for diagnosis, documentation, and education
- Utilize empowerment of the team to maximize their skills.
- Understand how to find the “why” and turn it into successful, productive dentistry.
- Maximize insurance reimbursement and utilize third party-financing.
- Understand treatment planning for success.
- Understand how to prevent treatment from “falling through the cracks”