New Dental Practice Management Book Reveals Secrets of Success

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A commonsense dental practice management book that gives dentists practical information on managing their practices efficiently and profitably! Dianne Glasscoe Watterson, MBA, well-known and respected practice management consultant, author, and speaker, brings to the table a wealth of insight from both clinical and business aspects of practice.

Finally, there’s a commonsense dental practice management book that gives dentists practical information on managing their practices efficiently and profitably! Dianne Glasscoe Watterson, MBA, well-known and respected practice management consultant, author, and speaker, brings to the table a wealth of insight from both clinical and business aspects of practice.

The book is easy and delightful to read and is guaranteed to provide solutions for many of dentistry’s hot button issues. Every practicing dentist, dental student, office administrator, and each member of the dental team will benefit from this book.

“Dianne covers the Financial Management of the practice by showing the importance of overhead control, salaries, financial policies and the often forgotten Office Systems,” says Dr. Blaes of Dental Economics. “The key to a productive practice is the often overlooked Hygiene Department. Often this department operates at a loss. Find out how to correct this. Dianne includes a chapter on Mitigating Liability which is excellent – this alone is worth the price of the book. The book ends with a fascinating chapter on Crisis, Transition, Leadership, and Avoiding Burnout.”

“This book…should be required reading before dental students are allowed to graduate–it may be the most important one they read in order to be both happy and prosperous from the [very] start of their careers,” says Linda Miles, CSP, CMC.

Ted Anibal, editor, says, “This unique book…provides tools and encouragement for dental professionals to become their best both personally and professionally.”

Chapter titles include:

Staffing and Employee Management
Staff Meetings and YOU
Employee Termination
The New Patient – the Most Fragile Relationship
Financial Management – Overhead Control and Salaries
Financial Policy and Office Systems
Hygiene Department
Prevention vs. Prosecution – Mitigating Liability
Crisis, Transition, Leadership, and Avoiding Burnout

Price - $24.95 (includes shipping)

http://www.professionaldentalmgmt.com

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