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Criteria for Success - Enhancing Your Practice

Description:
In this presentation, Rhonda Mullins, a practice development consultant in Atlanta Georgia, delivers very specific and concise advise to help clinicians create a practice they can be proud of. Ms. Mullins focuses on what she calls the 360 global perspective for building a successful dental practice. This approach integrates, the clinical, the managerial, the cultural as well as the transitional changes that every practice undergoes.

Date Added:
9/28/2010

Author(s):

Rhonda Mullins Rhonda Mullins
Rhonda Mullins has served in dentistry as a Dawson and L. D. Pankey trained dental lab technician, office manager, practice transition analyst, prior to her s...
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Questions & Comments
Dr. Fernando Villarroel-Kamich DDS, FICOI - (4/25/2014 10:25 AM)

Kind like a school teacher

Ronald Goldstein - (9/16/2013 3:18 PM)

Ashok...I have found over the years there is always someone out there that is much better than an employee I have had to replace especially a questionable or bad employee. So it may be time to replace this assistant with a better one.

ASHOK GUPTA - (5/3/2013 9:53 PM)

Mam,I having a girl assistant.She is woking for me since 6-7 years.Every year she draws the puja bonus n without giving any massage discontinues.She even does not allow other staff to learn properly.Mostly she comes late n take leave on many excuses.So many material is getting wasted because her negligecy.Fed up.what to do.

Carlos du Mont - (3/8/2013 1:25 AM)

Everethings come down to "motto". Knowledge and equipment is a "plus", not a "must". If you do have the right intention and honesty, it will work wonders for you. Do your best to your patients as if you always were caring for another knowledgeable professional.

Ronald Goldstein - (7/30/2012 10:19 PM)

Jefffrey, I have heard many -practice management consultants and can always pick up a "pearl" or two. And I even wrote an article on this fact...that if you are a sophisticated practice then most of what you hear will be either what you know or what you have learned so if you do get that 'pearl' then it was well worth the time spent. If not then you are already beyond the point of learning the basic and need to move on. Rhonda is a good teacher and she has helped many practices so I am sure she has helped many with her presentation.

yasar guner - (7/30/2012 12:53 PM)

Thank for your presentation.A Yasar Guner

Maria Rios - (3/8/2012 11:11 AM)

Great topics!! I'm going to be working on what I've learned today. Thanks Dr Maria O. Rios

Sam Busich - (2/12/2012 1:10 PM)

Hey gentlemen, what were you expecting, Tony Robbins. You do have some Roger Levin stuff on this site as well. I found her to be quite informative and honest with what she has experienced. Education comes in all flavors and styles. Sam

Jeffrey Krahling - (2/12/2012 5:00 AM)

I don't know if she is a good lab tech. or not but she has no future as a practice managment consultant. Just terrible. below high-school level presentation.

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