Money & Credit

  • Best Ways to Reduce Overhead

    posted by Mike Whitmer on Tuesday, July 02nd, 2019

    Best Ways to Reduce Overhead
    How can you reduce overhead at your practice without impacting your patients? There are several options to consider, but what makes the most sense? How can you save on costs and still keep the integrity of your practice?


  • Successful Investment Planning

    posted by Dave Baccile on Friday, June 14th, 2019

    Successful Investment Planning
    In his book, Pioneering Portfolio Management, David Swensen, chief investment officer for Yale's endowment since the mid-1980s, says there are effectively three ways to maximize your investment returns: 1) time the market, 2) pick the best stocks and 3) establish an optimal asset allocation that best meets your long-term financial objectives.


  • Will there be an "Amazon Effect" on Healthcare?

    posted by Dave Baccile on Friday, October 26th, 2018

    Will there be an
    In January of this year, Inc., Berkshire Hathaway Inc., and JPMorgan Chase & Co. teamed up to form a joint venture aimed at cutting wasteful spending on healthcare. The well-known CEOs of each of these companies - Jeff Bezos, Warren Buffett and Jamie Dimon, respectively - decided to work together in an effort to address rising healthcare costs that are negatively affecting the welfare of their employees as well as company profitability.


  • Bring on The Blockchain!

    posted by Dave Baccile on Tuesday, May 15th, 2018

    Bring on The Blockchain!
    If I told you that in the next five to ten years you will be able to visit a doctor, even one you've never seen before, and provide her access to all of your medical records instantaneously, would you believe me? Is it possible you might also be able to transfer money virtually anywhere in the world, in real time and at very little expense?


  • Budgets for Associates

    posted by Tony Ranniger on Wednesday, June 24th, 2015

    Budgets for Associates
    "Do you need to complete a budget before interviewing for a dental associate position?" The answer I hear varies. When I ask why? The blank look I receive back is always the same.



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