Masks are still required in the dental office.
Get resources to help your office communicate mask requirements.
Whether you’re considering purchasing or starting a dental practice, hiring an associate, bringing on a partner or selling your practice, knowing which steps to take will help ensure a smooth transition. Read this Q&A with the experts and learn more at an upcoming workshop.
As the competition for talent escalates, the need for practice owners to show that they value their current employees has become more important than ever.
The current hiring market is very competitive, with a shortage of candidates to fill open positions. CDA Practice Support analysts offer their expert guidance to help guide dental practice owners through the process of recruiting, hiring and retaining employees.
Prioritizing job duty training over educating new employees about crucial office policies can lead to miscommunication and increased risk of misconduct. Minimize risk by documenting your practice’s employment policies, with resources from CDA and TDIC.
In 2020 alone, The Dentists Insurance Company’s Risk Management Advice Line received 18,018 calls from dentists seeking support to navigate practice challenges. It’s a number that illustrates the myriad conflicts dentists navigate today as well as the need for tools to help them de-escalate potential crises.
The February issue of the Journal of the California Dental Association provides dentistry-specific business guidance from leading attorneys, with articles on the legal path to purchasing a practice, the pitfalls and benefits of associate agreements and more.
The following tips can help you reduce stress and maintain a healthy team dynamic.
Navigating the challenges of providing dental care in the COVID era is a team effort that is easiest to achieve when employees find their jobs rewarding and are motivated to succeed.