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How Many Staff Do You Need? (Dental Office Manager Tip)

How Many Staff Does Your Dental Office Need? (Dental Office Manager Tip) This week, we're discussing a common question among dental office managers... That question is simply this; "How many dental office staff members do we need?" For the answer to this tricky question, we'll consult a management expert, Greg Winteregg, to let him explain exactly [...]

How Successful Dental Office Managers Collect Pre-Payment From Patients

How to Collect Pre-Payment From Dental Patients As a dental office manager, does the thought of having to collect pre-payment from dental patients while setting up the appointment scare you to death? This is usually the first reaction most office managers experience when a dental office decides to change their policy from "bill me later" [...]

Productivity Tip- How to Prepare for Tomorrow

Prepare for Tomorrow with These Simple Hacks One of the best kept secrets all successful people know is to always prepare themselves for the next day. The truth is, if you set yourself up the night before, you're bound to have a much more successful and productive next day. In this post, we'll break down [...]

Top 5 Tips to Organize Your Office Space for Optimal Productivity

5 Productivity Tips to Organize Your Office Workspace When you organize your office, you boost productivity and credibility for yourself, your company, and your workplace environment as a whole. It's really that simple. For example; recent studies have shown your boss actually favors a neat and organized person for promotion over your peers. True story. "Favoritism" in the [...]

Study Reveals Cleaner Homes and Offices Lead to Cleaner Consciences

SCIENTIFIC FACT: Cleaner Offices Lead to Cleaner Consciences Scrubbing your bathroom and vacuuming the carpet could mean more than a spotless home — it could lead to a cleaner conscience. General cleanliness lends itself to ethical behavior, according to a new study, while feelings of disgust and uncleanliness were more likely to lead to immoral [...]