How much do you typically produce every month?$40,000? $80,000? 100,000? $150,000? How would you liketo double that amount without increasing your number of new patients?
I’m not joking. You can double your revenue with the same number of new patients.
What if twice as many of your new patients did the dental treatment you recommend? This would double your production with the same number of new patients, right?
What if your new patients chose to do twice as much dental treatment as they’re doing now? This would also double your production with the same number of new patients.
What if you did a combination of these two scenarios? This would at least double your revenue with the same number of new patients.
How do you make this happen in your practice? By turning your employees into business partners. What is the difference between an employee and a business partner?
An employee’s income is based on the number of hours he or she works. If the employee works hard for eight hours, or if he or she has a fairly easy day, the pay is the same. If the practice is profitable or losing money, the employee still gets the same income. If the patient decides to do the recommended dental treatment, or not, the employee still receives the same income.