Posted 2014-09-29 12:46 AM (#200460) Subject: Improving Your Practice's Efficiency and Time Management
Experiencing a patient slump or simply want to add to your practice's successes? Here are 9 ways to keep bringing patients back and grow your dental practice.
1. Being Smarter About Your Brand Management
Branding is more than just developing a logo; it's what sets one dental practice apart from the next. Employing a branding strategy puts the dentist in the driver's seat in establishing and maintaining the reputation of the practice and controlling its message to the community at large. Read more here.
Not sure why new patients aren't becoming loyal patients? Here are 5 reasons patients may decide to find a new dental home. Read more here.
3. Utilizing Social Media and Implementing a Web SEO Strategy
To reach these millions of people who are looking for dental care online, dentists need to make it easy for them to find their practices. This is where Search Engine Optimization, or SEO, and social media come in. Read more here.
Patient communication is key to any successful practice. Read how Lighthouse 360 helped Dr. Richard Rosenblatt improve patient communication and what that means for his team and his practice. Read more here.
5. Embracing Innovation
The right technologies and product mix are instrumental to any successful practice, whether you've been practicing for years or just opened a new office.
Find out how Patterson Dental helped one dentist create a high-tech practice with a focus on superior patient care.
6. Practicing S.M.A.R.T. goal setting
SMART goal setting is an acronym that, when applied, leads to goals that are desirable, realistic and most important—inspiring. Let's break the word down.
7. Improving Your Practice's Efficiency and Time Management
Chances are, at some point, you've thought, "there aren't enough hours in the day..." What if we could help get you back those precious seconds, minutes or hours?
8. Embrace Whitening! … And Patient Loyalty Programs
Dr. Sam Halabo, DDS, tells you how to use whitening in your practice to achieve success and explains that when patients accept whitening, it only increases the procedures they accept in the future. And his practice's patient loyalty program keeps patients coming back.