To Create A Healthy Work Environment many components are imperative, one of which is financial health.  When the finances of a practice are healthy—bills can be paid, investments can be made in continuing education, equipment and facility can be upgraded, team members can be well compensated—and so can the doctor. Practices that are financially healthy…

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Money is, in one way or another, related to most every area of the practice—and of the people within it.  Consider the following: Money is paid for dental school, hygiene school, CDA and RDA courses, certifications, business courses, continuing education, licensures. Money was involved with the purchase or the building of the practice and/ or…

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“A healthy attitude toward money will set you free.” – Jonathon Robinson Psychology is the science of human behavior.  A behavior is something you can see, hear, or feel touch you. In your practice, money is (1) seen physically—and it is experienced emotionally in the mind’s eye of both you and the patient.  Money is talked…

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In a 2014 poll by Gallup on worker engagement, only 31.5% of the employees said that they like their work and are actively contributing. 51% said that they are not engaged. This group said that they quietly dislike their job and are clocking in and out, but only doing the tasks they have to do…

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