Steps to take to get ahead of a problem before it starts
A common theme in this webinar series is preparing the practice for uncertainty. Preparation is key and allows us to be agile and pivot seamlessly when things turn upside down.
Recognizing areas of need early on will allow doctors to maintain production by implementing creative scheduling techniques this fall. The need is not only due to our staff and their personal circumstances this fall, but also that of the patients. Just like staff with school-aged children, patients will also be experiencing the same issues—impacting their ability to come to the practice for treatment.
In this episode, Peniche & Associates CEO LeeAnn Peniche and CWA Advisor Jennifer Gage join host Judson Crawford to not only offer fresh ideas in creative scheduling, but guide doctors to work together with both their staff and patients to identify the needs in the coming months.
EPISODE 4: Stabilize Your Staff & Patient Demand with Creative Scheduling
In this webinar, Judson, LeeAnn and Jennifer guide viewers on:
- Polling the staff to identify who anticipates scheduling difficulties when school starts
- Polling the patients through asking questions and getting familiar with local school districts back-to-school plans
- Creative scheduling techniques that they’ve seen work in other practices to maintain production
The following video is episode four of a six-part webinar series focused on helping dental practice owners maintain productivity despite unique staffing challenges due to their employee’s back-to-school uncertainty. Access prior episodes using the links below or on our COVID-19 Resources Page.