Your dental practice relies on dental hygienists, dental assistants, and administrative team members to keep your practice afloat and deliver an excellent patient experience. But if your dental office is like many, you may need help with staffing and retention. Worksourcedentalstaffing.com reports that up to 40% of dental offices are short-staffed. That’s why it’s essential for your practice to work hard to retain the qualified dental professionals you already have.
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Workplace drama is common in various professional settings, and dental offices are no exception. However, rather than succumbing to negative discussions and gossip about team members, we can shape the atmosphere and foster a positive work environment. In this blog, we’ll explore three steps the dental consultants at Bryant Consultants recommend to transform office drama into a more constructive and harmonious workplace. Rise Above the Drama In today’s fast-paced and
On behalf of the Bryant Consultants family, we wanted to take a moment to express our gratitude to you and wish you all a warm and happy Thanksgiving from our family to yours. Your loyalty and partnership have been instrumental in our success, and we are truly thankful for your continued support. Clients and friends like you inspire us to strive for excellence, innovate, and provide the best possible service.
Revenue Cycle Management (RCM) has become indispensable to effectively running a prosperous dental practice. Your dental business will transform when you prioritize tasks directly impacting your revenue. Here are several advantages the consultants at Bryant Consultants recommend you observe when RCM is given top priority: Improved Efficiency: By concentrating on revenue-related tasks, you can significantly boost the efficiency of your operations. Increased Cash Flow: Prioritizing RCM leads to a more
Employers have many creative ways to celebrate the holidays with their teams. Below are some noteworthy office Christmas party ideas! As you’ve learned through working in a dental practice, your team evolves into a family. You can plan parties that you know will be unique opportunities for the team and will create great memories! They can be both, too! Don’t forget the details! The holidays are a fun time, and
Dealing with unresponsive patient communications can be a significant challenge and a problem with which many dental professionals currently need to grapple. Finding a straightforward solution can be challenging, but several options are worth considering to address this issue effectively. It’s crucial to acknowledge that people’s lives are more hectic and complicated than ever. Factors like health concerns, homeschooling, remote work, and family responsibilities can take precedence over returning a