There are a million ads from software companies that promote that your practice management problems will all be solved by their software. But is this really true? A software program is a definite must for a practice and very few practices are without one these days. They range from freeware off the internet to extremely
management tips for denturists
It was with much interest that I read the very important editorial, “Have we lost our way?” by Carlo Zanon (who is a very conscientious denturist and a cool dude) in the Fall 2003 edition of Denturism Canada, as well as the responses in the last issue and this one. It certainly provoked a lot
If you are not a “born leader,” take heart. Most real true leaders are created in the crucible of life, or else by mentoring, or by actual training. However we get there, we all need to be leaders in our own endeavors if we are to be successful. Whether you own a practice with no
Is it really possible to find an employee who thinks exactly like you? In a word, “no.” We all have a lifetime of varied, non-identical experiences that shape us and our thinking processes. Therefore, the chances of hiring your twin is not something you should count on. Ideally, you should be looking for someone who
As with all the healthcare professionals we have worked with since 1989, denturists have frequently asked me whether they should get an associate. They have dreamed of having someone else come in to share the workload and the hours, to increase the profits, and to be able to take a holiday without closing the practice.