Dental Practice Office Organization

Interor dental office with dental chairHaving your dental office properly organized involves making sure that you and the rest of your employees are trained well on how to efficiently and effectively process the following information:

  • New Patients
  • Recurring Patients
  • Emergency Patients

If you have concerns about your dental practice’s organization practices or ability to effectively process patient files, it might be time for a reorganization of the office. Once you’ve found the weaker links in your training, you’ll find ways to strengthen them through proper training of both yourself and your staff members.

Below are some of the most common problems when it comes to office organization:

  • Handling patient phone calls
  • Processing new patients
  • Scheduling
  • Financial arrangements and planning
  • Retaining current patients

There may be a few tasks that aren’t being performed, such as quality control of employees or proper morning huddles. It’s also important to make sure that specific jobs are assigned to specific staff members so that there is proper accountability in your dental office.

Here at CTC Associates, we know the importance of having a well-organized dental office. This can be the difference between a successful practice and a struggling one. For more information on properly running your dental practice, please contact CTC Associates today!

Posted on Nov 12, 2019

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