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Three Driving Forces Behind Every Successful Dental Practice

By Practice Analytics | Dec 6, 2016

Running a successful dental practice requires balancing the incredibly complex and varied segments of the business. The clinic is the driving force of any dental practice. The practice requires managing patient services, such as hygiene and restorative treatments, while maintaining the supplies and equipment that keep the practice running day-to-day. Once patients enter a practice,…

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Improving Patient Recall Increases Practice Profitability

By Practice Analytics | Dec 6, 2016

Having an effective recall system in place is one of the primary concerns of running a dental practice today. Offices can employ a variety of recall systems, and most existing practice management software handles recall differently. However, any recall system works only as well as the people responsible for its management. Most dental practices average…

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Tips on How to Raise Case Acceptance

By Practice Analytics | Dec 6, 2016

Once a patient is in the dental chair, the next step to running a successful practice is to increase case acceptance rates. Once informed of the treatment needed, finding a way to convert even a small portion of patients from “Let me think it over” to “Let’s get started,” offers a significant boost to a…

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How the Production Cycle Can Grow Your Dental Practice

By Practice Analytics | Dec 6, 2016

Over the last four years, approximately 75 percent of dental practices have experienced a drop in production, according to a study conducted by the Levin Group Data Center. While some of this lost production can be attributed to the economic downturn felt by millions of families across the U.S. due to the financial crisis of…

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The Impact of Hygiene Reactivation

By Practice Analytics | May 2, 2014

Practice Analytics sees patient retention over a two year period ranging from 70 to 80 percent, aligning with other industry standards.  Due to the decline of new patients, dental practices can no longer afford to lose patients like they may have been in the past. It is impossible to maintain a 100 percent patient retention…

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It’s Hard to Make Data Lie

By Practice Analytics | Jan 20, 2014

In a world that is tracking so much of our daily life, data is being collected almost every second of our lives. I recently purchased a Fitbit. It is designed to track my activity during a day and can even track how well I sleep. I am collecting data on myself every minute of the…

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Visit Practice Analytics at the RMDC

By Practice Analytics | Jan 14, 2014

Practice Analytics will have a booth at the Rocky Mountain Dental Convention from January 23rd to 25th. Come visit us at booth 661 in the exhibition hall to learn firsthand what Practice Analytics is all about. There will be live demos available and an opportunity to ask questions about Practice Analytics. See you there!

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Triangulate the Issue

By Practice Analytics | Nov 20, 2013

Triangulation uses multiple known points to determine the exact position of an unknown location. When looking at opportunities within a practice, it’s important to use multiple known pieces of information to identify the root cause of the problem. Information can be misleading when analyzed in isolation. Sifting through the mounds of information from a practice…

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