Group Practice

Will this insurance move put an end to solo practices?
Will this insurance move put an end to solo practices?Dr. Marc Cooper explores how a new policy decision by major U.S. insurance companies could have far-reaching effects.
3 "check ups" every practice leader should do
3 "check ups" every practice leader should doDr. Lisa Knowles explores three ways practice leaders can effectively manage their teams.
The biggest secret to becoming a REAL dental entrepreneuer
The biggest secret to becoming a REAL dental entrepreneuerDr. Marc Cooper explores the key to true dental entrepreneurship: transformation.
How managed group practice can turn you into a dental entrepreneur
How managed group practice can turn you into a dental entrepreneurTwo successful DEO members talk about transitioning from private orthodontic practices into a managed group practice.
Building a successful group practice: Alberta’s Dental Choice
Building a successful group practice: Alberta’s Dental ChoiceOne practitioner shares his experience with expanding to a group practice.
How DSOs can enhance your practice
How DSOs can enhance your practiceDSOs can offer numerous perks to dentists — but is it the right path for your practice?
Why managed group practice will dominate the future
Why managed group practice will dominate the futureDentist-entrepreneurs may be positioned well for the future of dentistry as the prevalence of managed group practices increases.
Ask Dr. Cooper: How do you know when to let an employee go?
Ask Dr. Cooper: How do you know when to let an employee go?Over a decade ago, Dr. Cooper started a Q&A column with dentists. Here, he shares an inquiry he received, along with his response.
Leadership: The most critical element needed for associate success
Leadership: The most critical element needed for associate successLearning how to bridge the generation gap can result in more effective leadership.
Dentistry and the Federal Government
Dentistry and the Federal GovernmentAs the population of untreated dental disease continues to expand, along with more focused attention being paid to the oral-systemic link, dentistry will find itself in cross-hairs to increase access and reduce disease.