If you want to gain better control of your dental practice, monthly business meetings are a necessity. At these meetings, you should review the previous month's figures, discuss what's working and what needs to be developed, and set an agenda for the upcoming month. This will help you identify productivity issues, inefficiencies, and pricing problems.
Since dental practices are businesses, it's important to treat them as such. That means having regular business meetings to discuss progress, problems, and solutions. All too often, dental practices neglect this important aspect of running a business. As a result, they can quickly become disorganised and inefficient.
Monthly business meetings may seem like a lot of work, but they're essential for keeping your dental practice on track. By taking the time to review your practice's performance and set goals for the future, you can avoid many common pitfalls. These meetings will help you identify and solve problems, improve productivity, and make your dental practice more successful.
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