Director's Message: When I hid from my dentist and team

For years when working clinically, I disappeared whenever anything having to do with numbers, production, and/or patient finances came up. I was totally stressed out and in denial dealing with the business side of dentistry.

Feb 23rd, 2015
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I have a confession to make.

For years when working clinically, I disappeared whenever anything having to do with numbers, production, and/or patient finances came up. I was totally stressed out and in denial dealing with the business side of dentistry.

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I basically hid from the numbers side of the dental practice.

Yet once I stopped hiding and started paying attention to the money side of a practice, everything changed. What changed? I felt more authentic and aligned with the prosperity of the practice.

So if you want to kick the hiding habit too and have more harmony at work, join me and six experts for a free Telesummit training starting Wednesday, March 3.

We’re going to show you what to do so you stop hiding from:

  • Increasing cancellations and no-shows
  • Break-even months (collections & or production is dismal)
  • Hearing "does insurance cover that?" and "I can't afford that" so often you've lost count
  • Feeling like you'll never do enough to please your team or your patients
  • Working 24/7 and your health and family life is suffering
  • Juggling the clinical work with the business side of your practice

After all, how can you kick a bad habit that’s impacting the health of your practice when you’re hiding from it?

Stop hiding and join us

Kristine A. Hodsdon RDH, MSEC
RDH eVillage Director

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