Our mission is to see you succeed. We provide the tools and support you need to reach your goals. In 12 months or fewer, you can achieve results that take practice owners years to reach on their own.
We know that dental practices are most successful when the entire team is connected, has needed resources and is consistently motivated. The Dental Business: A Blueprint for Success will show you how to run a successful dental practice. Included are tools for every stage of your practice and career alike. By implementing the systems provided in this book, you will achieve results that normally take years, in a very short period of time.
We help dental teams increase efficiency, productivity and profits. We do this by finding out what keeps our clients awake at night and if needed, address any urgent issues immediately. We assess the practice needs and arm the team with resources and training and assist with implementation of necessary systems. We are available when needed for follow up and strive to see teams maintain improvements while continuing to grow. Our clients see results quickly but, our ultimate goal is to have clients enjoy going to work each day with their ideal team and have the successful practice they dream of.
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Mary is a proud member of The Academy of Dental Management Consultants! The ADMC is a group of individual dental consultants who derive their primary income from providing some or all of the following services to the dental profession: Practice Management Consulting Office/Clinical Efficiency Profitability Management Marketing Services Professional Speaking...Read more..
“Hiring Mary as my Dental Consultant was the best thing I ever did for my Practice. She helped me reach 5 and 10 year goals in less than 2 years. Her ability to evaluate my Practice, find the problem areas and address those areas with results, in a very short period of time, amazed me. I actually have a life outside the office and the financial freedom I hoped to have 10 years from now.”
“With Mary’s help we have fine-tuned our business office and have collections consistently at 98% or above. Our recall percentage is well above the norm and our Hygiene department is more efficient and productive than we ever thought it could be. Before hiring Mary, we had no idea where our overhead stood. We knew something was out of whack but didn’t know where to begin to find the problem. Mary evaluated our overhead, pointed out areas that were in line and areas that needed work. With her help we now have systems in place to monitor our overhead and have the knowledge and tools to keep it in line. It’s nice to have a competent, dependable Consultant who listens and will tailor Management for the individual needs of the practice.”
“If anyone is looking to improve or purchase a practice, I strongly recommend Mary Fisher-Day. She works extremely hard to make sure your practice is successful and truly cares about you going forward. I’m a former accountant, so I speak from a strong business background. I cannot speak highly enough of her.”
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The following article was written by our Founder, Mary Fisher-Day, exclusively for Dental Entrepreneur Magazine and appears in the Fall, 2016 issue and the online edition Here. There’s plenty to be said of the benefits of living and practicing in a big city or Metropolitan area. Proximity to upscale dining, Cultural Activities and Shopping Malls are at the top of the list when I speak with a young dentist seeking to purchase a practice. Easily, nine out of ten are seeking a practice no further than a thirty-minute drive from a large city. While practicing in a large city does more »
In North America someone dies every hour of everyday from Oral Cancer. Yet, according to the National Cancer Institute only 20% of the US population receive Oral Cancer exams. The ADA recommends Oral Cancer Screenings be performed annually on every patient over the age of 17. Although tobacco and alcohol use are still primary causes of Oral Cancer, the last 15 years has seen a 60% increase in Oral Cancer in adults under the age of 40. The primary cause for this increase is the HPV virus. Patients place their trust and their lives in the hands of their more »
I get asked this question a lot when I am speaking to groups of dentists, so I decided to share the answer, and the reasons behind it, with you. I have seen some consultants advocate cameras to counter embezzlement; their arguments center around deterrence and increased possibility of detecting a thief. While I think front-desk cameras may be a good idea for other reasons (such as catching couriers who, finding your front desk unattended, take the opportunity to steal something), their impact on embezzlement is minimal. The first thing I’ll mention is that we deal with hundreds of embezzlement matters more »
Hands down this is the least understood area in a dental office. Understand the proper steps to use from ventilation to PPE, each area contains risky outcomes. The labels change often and include vital information, such as the exposure time to kill viruses and bacteria. A recent survey showed that when clinicians were asked if they were reading the label on the disinfectant being used, 92% said NO or that they only read if it is a new product. When asked the minimum number of wipes it takes to clean a room nearly 25% stated they did not know. Review more »