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PDA’s Chris Moriarity interviews Kari Miller about how she coaches doctors to their vision of success. By Kari Miller, Business Development Coach It’s easy to get lost in the numbers. To focus so much on the bottom line that you lose track of why you got into dentistry in the first place. This is one […]Continue Reading »
Exclusive limited-time opportunity to have one of dentistry’s most productive Business Development Coaches assess your practice Hi everyone, Chris Moriarity, VP of Business Development at Productive Dentist Academy here. Just recently I had the honor to interview our own Patti Sooy, VP of Business & Program Development. Patti is often referred to as “The 60 […]Continue Reading »
Video: PDA Co-Founder, Dr. Bruce B. Baird, and Vice President of Business Development, Chris Moriarity, talk the importance of leadership and business. Article by Chris Moriarity, BA, MA, FA, Vice President of Business Development If you study business at all, Microsoft is going to hit the radar more than a few times. There’s no one […]Continue Reading »
Hear it from the doctor’s mouth! PDA Tribe Member, Dr. Chad Johnson, shares with PDA Vice President, Patti Sooy, about what it’s like to attend a BlueSky workshop and what doctors and teams can expect from the experience. Hear what Dr. Johnson has to say about leadership, delegation, work/vacation planning, networking, and more. And don’t […]Continue Reading »
You care about your patients. But helping them change and get on the right path to dental health can be one of the most challenging parts of your job. Chris Moriarity, PDA’s VP of Business Development, sits down to give you some strategies you can employ now to help identify those patients who are ready […]Continue Reading »
In the years since the Great Recession, many dentists and dental specialists have noticed a disturbing trend. People reacted to the housing crisis, job losses, and stagnant interest rates by keeping a cushion in savings. It’s a rational decision, but it means that they’re no longer willing to tap into those savings to pay for […]Continue Reading »
By Angela Davis-Sullivan, PDA Business Development Coach At the start of your day, the schedule is full and running smoothly. Then, a patient fails to show up. Your team scrambles: what do they do, who do they call, how do they handle this? No one seems to know what to do, leaving everyone stressed. If […]Continue Reading »
You may experience a wave of emotions just reading the words “personal finance”—anxiety, boredom, exhaustion, confusion, frustration—don’t worry, you’re not alone. They don’t teach you this stuff in dental school, but the truth is, having a handle on your personal finances is one of the best things you can do to improve your life and […]Continue Reading »
Beware of Tuesday morning. It’s where good intentions die. After an inspiring seminar or conference, you walk into the office on Monday morning excited to implement all the things you learned while away. And then reality hits: the team isn’t dialed in, the scheduling is off, the patients aren’t reacting the way you hoped. Regardless […]Continue Reading »
We’ve all had those days (or months, or years) when we’ve felt frustrated, emotional, anxious, or upset. Maybe your team is not performing and you’re worried about the future of your practice. Maybe you had a fight with your significant other and emotions are high. Maybe a fear of failure is preventing you from moving […]Continue Reading »
As the dental industry becomes commodified, great service is essential to increased production. Hygiene teams are an important part of that mix, especially when they’ve been trained to provide higher-level, patient-focused service. Rachel Wall, RDH, BS of Inspired Hygiene has made it her mission to take hygiene teams to the next level of patient care […]Continue Reading »
Your phone is your lifeline. In fact, 98% of people call to make an appointment before walking into a dentist’s office. Some are calling for price, some are just checking you out. Either way, you want to be sure you’re doing everything you can to turn those callers into productive, loyal patients. First impressions are […]Continue Reading »
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