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We are well underway with plans for the ADA 28th New Dentist Conference taking place in Kansas City, Missouri July 17-19, 2014 at Sheraton Kansas City Hotel at Crown Center (registration is open now!) One of the great benefits of the conference is the ability to network with new dentists from across the country, as(…)
We’re hard at work on the next issue of ADA New Dentist News, including a piece about FQHCs and dental student loan repayment. An FQHC (Federally Qualified Health Center) is part of the dental safety net — these centers serve locations or populations with limited access to care. They may be located in urban or(…)
Ever had the experience of avoiding something you know you should be doing in favor of refreshing your newsfeed or checking your email? Emily Schwartz, author of The Time Diet: Digestible Time Management, feels your pain. And over at the Fast Company blog she offers a simple suggestion to triumph over those distractions: Log out(…)
Dental patient napkins used during routine dental procedures are often disposable, but napkin holders typically are reusable, although they can be tough to disinfect. There are both disposable napkin holders and disposable napkins that don’t require a separate holder on the market. Dentists need to make informed decisions on whether to use disposable or reusable(…)
Canceled appointments are part of operating a dental practice, but they can be managed to minimize their effect on your bottom line. The ADA Center for Professional Success has an article about minimizing cancelled appointments that includes: What to say (and avoid saying) when leaving a reminder on a patient’s voicemail How to handle changes(…)
The American Dental Association is the #1 organization representing all dentists. Most members say they are likely to refer membership to their colleagues — is that true for you? As an active member, you know first-hand the value your membership provides. ADA Member-Get-A-Member is the ideal opportunity to share this success by encouraging your nonmember(…)
At some meetings it seems like a minority of the participants do a majority of the talking. But urging the chatterboxes to shut up or coaxing the wallflowers to speak up is unlikely to solve the problem. Leigh Thompson, a professor at the Kellogg School of Management and a team consultant offers three techniques to(…)