Dental Claims & Dental Billing Developments & Insights Blog

By: Katrina Winch, VP of Dental Group Operations In the past, job descriptions of the Dental Office Manager didn’t include much in the way of management of Human Resources.  The dentist was usually the one who interviewed and kept the records of all employees.  Now that...

By: Natalie Lucken, Account Manager When a new dentist graduates from the University, he/she has a lot of hopes for the new adventure that lies ahead, getting started with their own practice. One of the biggest storms on the horizon is the one that no one...

According to Michelle Rubio from Entrepreneur magazine the business model for discounts in small retail businesses is a positive approach.  The following are her reasons discounts work for small businesses. Increased Sales Increased traffic usually comes with increased sales. Drawing customers inside your store and...

During the time of the “Great Recession” keeping your job during layoffs was the key.  Having a salary that paid the bills was a blessing.  Forget the benefits, those were gone.  In today’s economy, benefits are taking a new position for the employed. According to Glassdoor’s...

Informed consent forms list all (sometimes the most common) the benefits and risks of the treatment or test you are about to undergo. In dental offices, we are supposed to adhere to informed consent principles by letting patients know the risks of the procedures, the...

From the Society of Human Resources Management Author: Dinah Wisenberg Brin is a freelance journalist writing about workplace issues, small business, entrepreneurship, healthcare and logistics from Philadelphia. The oldest members of Generation Z have landed in the workforce, and their attitudes about their careers may be welcome...