Some companies have been able to not only accelerate growth but also increase profitability while facing economic headwinds. As dental offices begin to reopen and rebound from the COVID-19 crisis, practice owners should focus on three key dimensions to navigate the economic downturn and come out the other side stronger.
Whether you’re handling emergencies only, entirely shut down, or taking initial steps to reopen, you’re no doubt focused on the near-term future of your practice. Kathy Brodal, a Patterson Dental business educator, offers eight ways to plan, prepare and pull off a strategy for propelling your business forward effectively.
“I knew for a long time that I wanted to open a practice in my hometown,” says Dr. Carla Thomas. “I’m so passionate about this community and I want to give back.” Dr. Thomas didn’t cut any corners when designing her practice. She wanted to build something that the people of Inglewood would be proud of by investing in the newest technology, buying CEREC equipment and purchasing products that would allow her and her staff to perform the latest techniques.
Here’s a list of some dental events we’ll be at in October. Be sure to come find us; we’d love to talk to you! Alabama 10/12: Birmingham – World Class Ceramic Solutions California 10/10: Long Beach – CEREC Software 4.0 10/18: San Francisco – American Dental […]
Here’s a list of a whole bunch of events we’ll be at in September. Be sure to come find us; we’d love to see you! Alabama 9/28 – Pelham – The Business Side of Dentistry Arizona 9/28 – Phoenix – 27th Annual Expo California 9/12 […]