COMPLEX CASES

Complex Cases – Treatment Planning Session

With all types of businesses, there is always a learning curve when it comes to being successful and making a profit.

For me, it was important to learn that in order for my business to be successful, I must strive to make my company stand apart from the other businesses in your area. It is often not enough to simply have good technology or well-trained people or excellent products; I need to have all of these in order to be successful, and I also need to have an understanding for how to get everyone to work together towards one goal.

It’s also important for my employees to get the training that they need so that they can be as effective at their jobs as possible. And in addition to that, it is of the utmost importance to give my people the time they need to accomplish their duties.

For example, I could have one employee in charge of two different duties (managing medical billing while also handling appointments, for example). In this situation, even the best employee will eventually have to compromise somewhere to get everything done when they are splitting their focus between two areas; this will probably mean mediocre results for one (or both) duties.

In comparison, I could have two different employees each focus on one respective duty to the best of their abilities; this will enable them to produce the best work possible since they will not be overwhelmed and crunched for time. Sometimes, I may need to hire another employee in order to accomplish my current goal, but that is something I am willing to do in order for my practice to be successful.

Ultimately, there will always be obstacles in my way and new issues that arise for my practice, but by focusing on my goals and understanding the best ways to move forward towards accomplishing them, I am able to be successful in terms of both monetary profit and patient satisfaction.

 

About the Author Tarun Agarwal

Dr. Tarun Agarwal represents the next generation of leadership for the dental profession. As a respected speaker, author and opinion leader, he is changing the way general dentists and their teams practice.

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