Month: July 2014

This U Course Could Save You a LOT of Trouble…

On September 26… the Scheduling Institute is premiering an all NEW course at the U… “Staying Out of Jail.”   This course will handle very different material than we’ve covered in our other courses… and it will be unlike anything you’ve EVER experienced.   We will simulate a malpractice trial with lawyers and doctors, and help you to figure out exactly what you need to be doing to cover your butt… (and the butts of your doctor and your team!) Medical malpractice is a HUGELY controversial issue right now… and one that many doctors are extremely underprepared to handle....

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9 Spaces You Didn’t Know You Needed

When you walk into a dental office, what is the first thing you notice? Probably the waiting room, or the reception desk, full of phones and friendly faces.   But what about the spaces you DON’T see?   We’ve compiled this list of the TOP 9 SPACES you never knew you needed in your office… and some of them might surprise you! These nine spaces are proven to drastically improve efficiency and productivity in your office… PLUS, many will improve your patient’s experience and satisfaction— so pay close attention!   1) Staff Lounge: For huddle, not for lounging! Every...

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Did YOU Win The Battle of the Stats This Month?

Are you owning the quality of your work by recording YOUR stats REGULARLY? If not, get started today!   The Battle of the Stats winners know that tracking their statistics is key to reaching goals, incentives, and personal success. And the winners for THIS MONTH are…   1st Place:  Congratulations to Toni Aho from Dr. Jess Dworak’s office! Toni is receiving a prize of $300 for consistently entering Assistant U stats since August 2012. Wow! 2nd Place: Jobelle Therese Almeda from Dr. Ximena Pareja’s office knocked it out of the park! She is receiving a prize of $200 for consistently entering Front...

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Use Your Space & Equipment as a Runway for Success!

If you booked a flight, boarded the plane, sat down in your seat, and peered out the window, what would you expect to see? NOT two feet of landing strip interrupted by the sheer drop of an enormous cliff! You would expect to see a long, clear runway­— plenty of space for the plane to gather speed and momentum, and lift off the ground without encountering obstacles.   Isn’t investing in the space and equipment for your practice the same thing? Let’s say your practice has three operatories and is currently filling these on a daily basis. You may...

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