August 25, 2017
The importance of scheduling does not go unnoticed by successful dental practices. However, if one thing does not go as scheduled, an entire day can be thrown out of balance. Successful planning can reduce stress and keep your practice productive.
In an article from Dentistry Today, author Debbie Seidel-Bittke writes, “You know that you have mastered your scheduling system when your daily schedule has met your monthly production goal”.
In this article, Seidel-Bittke discusses:
- Creating the plan
- Tips for the tardy patient
- Value-add scheduling
Seidel-Bittke continues, “The result of a successful scheduling system brings value to your patient, harmony to the office, increased production, and reduced stress for both your patients and the entire team. It is a win-win for everyone”. How can your dental practice improve its scheduling?
To read more, see the full article from Allie Seidel-Bittke in Dentistry Today.