How well is your website contributing to your practice goals? Is there someone in your practice gathering information and taking action to improve your web presence? Who in your office has time to check data analytics? How would it benefit your dental practice?
In Part 1 of this series, the concept of Practice Management by Objectives (PMBO) was introduced. The first two objectives of the methodology were outlined; achieving financial targets and increasing hygiene and treatment plan acceptance. Objectives 3 and 4, growing/retaining your patient base and advancing your scheduling were covered in Part 2 of this series. -
This blog post outlines the ways that SWOT Analysis can be applied to dental offices. See our example for using this business analysis tool for dental practices, and try it for your own office.
In Part 1 of this series, the concept of Practice Management by Objectives (PMBO) was introduced and the first two objectives of the methodology were outlined. Part 2 of this series follows with Objectives 3 and 4. OBJECTIVE 3: GROW AND RETAIN A LOYAL PATIENT BASE For sustained practice growth, it is important to both attract new patients to -
Management by Objectives (MBO), is a well-established method for setting business goals, monitoring performance and achieving desired results. Developed by Peter Drucker decades ago, even today it is still very much in use by businesses. As your dental practice is a business, there is no reason why you cannot benefit from MBO’s guiding principles as well. This blog presents a modified version of MBO specifically for dentistry, which we will correspondingly refer to -