In a dental practice, we have to do a lot of things in a short period of time. Scheduling is important because if we’re going to get them most out of our day, it has to be planned and it has to be organized. It’s not just the technique of scheduling that matters. We also talk about how to handle broken and canceled appointments or patients who show up early or late.
When the schedule doesn’t work right, it affects the experience of everyone in the office – including the patients.
Larry sat down with Alex Nottingham of All Star Dental Academy during a Dental All Stars Podcast to talk about the scheduling production killers that affect many dental practices.
In this podcast, Larry Guzzardo shares his production killers:
- Why dental scheduling is so important
- What production killers are
- The top 2 scheduling production killers
- The impact production killers have