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Develop Your Consulting Program

By ADMC Co-Director of Marketing, Vanessa Emerson Are you a dental professional with years of experience?  Would you like to give back to the industry and simultaneously grow a consulting business? Many practices would benefit from help with systems, communications, leadership and/or advanced clinical skills.   In turning to a consultant, they are looking for an expert with knowledge in …

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Why Your Dental Practices Should Consider a Membership Program

By ADMC member Jordon Comstock Dental Membership programs are growing like crazy! Dental Economics magazine just released an issue dedicated to the rise of in-house dental membership programs and subscription dentistry, But what are they and how do they help your dental practice? Membership programs are plans with dental benefits that your dental office sets up and offers to your …

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Add 5% to Your Client’s Net Income: Stop the Silent Money Siphon

By ADMC member Cheryl Donahue Expert tips can help protect your practices from needlessly losing money on credit card payments. The system that allows a practice to collect money from their patients could cost them a lot more money than necessary. There are hidden costs that reduce their bottom line and they don’t even realize it! When a practice accepts …

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Common Concerns When Selling a Dental Practice

by ADMC partner Professional Transition Strategies The process of selling or merging a dental practice is an intricate process. It includes not only the financial and physical challenges but emotional ones as well. Here are some common concerns when selling a dental practice and information that may help mitigate them.  What’s going to happen? Fear of the unknown is by …

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OSHA Investigations – Know the Process

by ADMC Member Stuart J. Oberman, Esq. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) dedicates itself to enforcing safety and health regulations in places of employment throughout the United States. OSHA typically conducts workplace investigations without notifying employers, and an unexpected knock on the door can leave employers overwhelmed. Knowing OSHA’s inspection process prepares employers in proceedings. OSHA conducts two …