The math is simple: When your costs increase due to inflation, you must raise fees to stay profitable!
(PRWEB) March 24, 2012
The Wealthy Dentist announces a new dental marketing training: "Setting Dental Fees for Maximum Case Acceptance". The tutorial is delivered online where it can be viewed anywhere there is an internet connection, and at any time of day or night. The online video tutorial discusses how to evaluate whether or not fees should be raised, how to determine pricing, and addresses strategies for how to train the dental practice team to discuss the issue with patients.
Research conducted by The Wealthy Dentist reveals that there are several reasons why dentists neglect to raise fees. They're often so busy keeping up with the professional and technical demands of their practices that they relegate the issue to the bottom of their priority lists. Some are reluctant to raise fees because they're afraid patients will leave in search of lower priced dental services. Others are willing to increase prices, but simply don't know how to tell what amount of increase their market will bear.
“Quality treatment must be supported by fees that allow you to maintain your team, facilities and continuing education at the highest levels of which you are capable,” says Jim Du Molin, founder of Internet Dental Alliance and a dental practice marketing expert. “The math is simple: When your costs increase due to inflation, you must raise fees to stay profitable!”
Setting Dental Fees for Maximum Case Acceptance addresses the top questions and concerns of most doctors: How to price fees relative to the local competition; how to adjust fees for above-average care; how to implement fee increases; how to train the office team so they can minimize attrition and successfully discuss the issue with new and existing patients.
The training is delivered online, so dentists and their staff can watch the videos as many times as they want. Bonus material includes transcripts of the main videos, plus additional videos which address negotiating fees with patients, and how to set fees when working with insurance companies.
Jim Du Molin -- Editor in Chief of TheWealthyDentist.com -- has been giving hype-free dental marketing and practice management advice since 1985. He helps dentists attract more new patients and manage their practices more effectively. With the power of the Internet, The Wealthy Dentist can deliver this dental marketing training directly to you at home or in your office, at a fraction of the normal cost.
Visit http://TheWealthyDentist.com/dental-marketing/setting-dental-fees.htm for details about "Setting Dental Fees for Maximum Case Acceptance" and to get your own copy of the training.