Every episode of Bodcast, the business of dentistry podcast, is hosted by one of our fantastic hosts who each have a wealth of knowledge and experience in helping you to develop and sustain a profitable business! Here’s a little more about each host to help you to get to know them!
We’re delighted to announce the launch of our very own podcast! Named Bodcast, every episode is packed with handy tips, advice and guidance on how to make your dental practice a more profitable and sustainable business, making it a must for the whole dental team!
In this final instalment of blogs highlighting the unintended consequences of efforts to improve the NHS dental contract in England, the Rubik’s Cube effect, I want to touch on the thorny subject of when and what private care can be provided to NHS patients.
In previous blogs I’ve drawn a comparison between trying to design the next English NHS dental contract and solving a Rubik’s Cube – as fast as you get one part sorted, you realise that, in the process, you’ve inadvertently messed up another part!
Whether you have memories from those early days or are one of the newer converts, anyone who has tried to tackle a Rubik’s Cube knows how frustrating it can be. Careful concentration can result in getting a handful of pieces in the right place before you then see all your hard work unravel as you try to sort out the …
The joke about the statistician being someone with their feet in the oven and head in the freezer, but feeling, on ‘average’, the right temperature applies here.
For many practices, the challenge of increasing their income is one that can be a significant preoccupation. Increasing the number of new patients to address gaps in an appointment book is a logical step and usually the main focus of efforts to improve the situation.
‘Measure all aspects of the business, not just the bits that you find interesting!’ That’s today’s top tip from Practice Plan’s Sales Director Nigel Jones. Here, he explains why.
Leading your practice to greatness is all about how you behave and the input you have on the practice. Here, Nigel Jones discusses what makes a great leader and how making just the slightest change can have the biggest impact.
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.