One of my favorite and most challenging jobs I ever held in the dental practice was Financial Coordinator. Not only was I responsible for maintaining a healthy Accounts Receivable, but also creating financial systems that were effective, efficient, and manageable. After working in the dental practice for more than 20 years, I am super excited to now teach these systems to you.
If you and your team will be attending The Business of Dentistry Conference this year, I will be teaching some of the systems I developed and have implemented into many dental practices. If you want a sneak peak into the courses I will be teaching, keep reading.
Even out the cash flow
Do you dread the day that you have to run statements? The mountain of paper that sits on your desk for three to four days while you sort through it, piece by piece, writing personalized messages or stamping a page with color-coded stickers to draw attention to the fact that the balance is past due. On top of that, the entire following week is spent fielding phone calls from patients with questions about their bills. Sound familiar? What if you could do away with this archaic routine? Well, listen closely … because I am about to tell you how. CLICK HERE to continue reading
Show me the moneyEach week, I am amazed at how many offices I visit that not only are not using the Collections Manager Report, but don’t even know what it is. When I am working with an office on its collection routine, I always ask, “What are you currently using for your collection calls?” The typical answers are, “The Aging Report” or “The billing statements.” Crazy I say! CLICK HERE to continue reading
The Business of Dentistry Conference is only a month away and it is not too late to join me in my two classes and register for some of the other amazing learning opportunities that are available. CLICK HERE to be directed to the registration page.