It costs quite a bit to keep a dental office running, and those operating expenses come out of practice revenues before you see any income. It’s impossible to avoid this “cost of doing business,” but you can and should exercise tight control over this overhead.
Although you may believe that you and your team are spending responsibly, you’re probably wasting (or at least misspending) a significant amount of money every year. To minimize the damage to your bottom line, follow these steps:
Your practice will be more successful in the long run if you and your staff learn how to exercise fiscal discipline. Controlling overhead is an essential part of this process.
This resource was provided by Levin Group, a leading dental consulting firm that provides dentists innovative management and marketing systems that result in increased patient referrals, production and profitability, while lowering stress. Since 1985, dentists have relied on Levin Group dental consulting to increase production.
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