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Still Waters Run Deep: Michelle Retires

During this time of Thanksgiving, it is only appropriate for me to give thanks to someone who has meant so much to my dental practice, Michelle Baber.   293 more words


Black Friday and the Micro-Physician Economy

Is it Good for Retailers … but Bad for Doctors!

If Black Friday 2014 is anything like 2010, retailers are going to be swimming in cash while shoppers bathe in savings. 256 more words

Practice Management

Behavioral Health EHRs: What's Trending Next?

This year’s fall conference at NCTide was incredible. Thanks to our EHR Advisor, Kristin Walker with everythingEHR, we were able to take part in one of two sessions discussing what is trending next in behavioral health technology. 2,871 more words


The Three Pillars of Security

The security risk analysis is one of the big pain points for providers participating in meaningful use, but it doesn’t have to be. In fact, implementing a yearly security risk analysis is a good business practice, whether or not you are participating in meaningful use. 461 more words


You Can Be A Better Manager

The role of the office manager is multifaceted and whether you have a staff of one or fifty, there are three key qualities that need to be part of your skill set for your staff to respond in a positive way.  423 more words

Office Management

Why Your Medical Internet Marketing Campaign Isn’t as Effective as It Used to Be

On the Crucial Online Presence

A strong online presence is crucial to running a successful business, and healthcare is no exception.

However with constant change, especially in the past two years, many businesses are experiencing underperforming campaigns and struggling to figure out where to spend their marketing dollars. 1,257 more words

Practice Management

The Follow Up Call. Is It A Nightmare In Your Office?

Does your Front Office always seem to be calling patients because they have cancelled their appointments, or they never made an appointment?

Accepting cancellations over the phone and not making ongoing appointments for these patient is a nightmare for the Dental Office. 393 more words

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