Monday Huddle: The WORST kind of practice to be in #shorts

Sept. 28, 2022
The practice that tries to be high-end AND high-volume is the worst kind of dental practice to be in. Here's what Drs. David Rice and Pamela Maragliano-Muniz have to say.

What's the worst practice to be in as a young dentist? The dental practice that tries to be high-end AND high-volume—in other words, trying to be all things to all people.

As insurance reimbursement trends to the basement (that IS where it is heading—all insurances will reimburse at the worst PPO fees over the next several years), you and I have to pick a side. Boutique practices with high-tech service, high-touch experiences and dentistry will win! High-volume practices with systems that allow for greater production based on volume will win. The middle is dead! Don’t try to play there.

@ignite University featuring Pamela Maragliano-Muniz, chief editor of Dental Economics, and David Rice, chief editor of DentistryIQ.

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Editor’s note: This video first appeared in Through the Loupes newsletter, a publication of the Endeavor Business Media Dental Group. Read more articles and subscribe to Through the Loupes.