Do you measure the success of everything you do in your dental practice? Is measurement a way of life for you and your team? Do you think it’s important? Here, Nigel Jones talks about the topic of business measurement and whether it really is important.
Do you find there aren’t enough hours in the day to get everything done? Well, to help you squeeze the most out of your time, Regional Support Manager Emma Sillars shares her top time-management tips!
We’ve asked treatment coordination expert Laura Horton to discuss the importance of having a Treatment Coordinator (TCO) in your practice and to provide us with an insight into all of the amazing benefits that are gained by introducing this role.
Nigel Jones, Sales Director at Practice Plan, discusses the shift in practice value and long-term business planning and how you can ensure you are on the right track.
Danielle Quigley, Events and Marketing Coordinator of Practice Plan, is our guest blogger today. Danielle, who is currently at the show, tells us how it’s going so far!
Ashley Latter is at the forefront of this year’s Practice Plan Workshop Tour, sharing the secrets to ‘Perfect Communication’. The tour kicked off in Manchester with an audience of over 130 delegates. Heather Podbury, Managing Editor at FMC, was one of the lucky people to have attended the event. Here, she shares some of Ashley’s top secrets to ‘Perfect Communication’.
Les Jones, Marketing Director at Practice Plan, takes a moment to explain why having a ‘learn and act culture’ is so vital within the dental practice. Not so long ago I met a business colleague in a hotel in Stoke-on-Trent. The experience was generally a good one (except for the price of the coffee) and after a couple of hours …
Nigel Jones, Sales Director at Practice Plan, talks about the importance of having a sense of control when managing a practice, and where to seek the appropriate advice should you require it. It’s not often a very enjoyable and positive evening with two happy and motivated partners at a dental practice in the North West leaves you worrying, but this …
Practice Plan’s Former Technical Director Graham Penfold shares what he thinks are some of the most important areas to keep your practice at its best during tough times. Many businesses are having a tough time battling through the recession. So, in times like these, there are three key areas to focus on – exceptional customer service, choice and information.