Business of Dentistry “Pocket MBA”
This activity has been approved for 16.0 CME/ADA CERP Credits
“I have worked in large organizations and now a private practice. I wanted to expand my knowledge of how business decisions were made, as I have tended to be a witness to the processes rather than an active participant. The course is definitely improving my skill set.”
We all know that business is part of healthcare practice and that every one of us, no matter the setting or specialty, is affected by business processes every day, often times adversely. We also know that we have little formal training and no matter how smart and how long we have been in practice, there is no replacement for formal education. Degree and certificate programs are available but certainly not accessible to the vast majority of us, too much time, too expensive. Your practice is not getting any less complex so the time is now to learn what we should have acquired in dental school and residency. This is the right knowledge at the right time and it it delivered to you on your phone at your own pace.
Don’t assume you already have the knowledge and skill, “You don’t know what you don’t know.”
“Dr. Paul Goodman agrees. “Bad business decisions lead to clinical problems. I’ve never seen dentists go out of business because they could not do a good Class II composite, or because they could not take a good removable partial denture impression. It’s often because they never knew they had to do all this ‘stuff,’ such as team management, billing, payroll, cost analysis, capital management, and more.”
MBA level business skills: Every business topic covered in an MBA program is discussed here and framed in relevant, use today terms.
The Business of Dentistry CE program is delivered using a cutting edge virtual classroom.
AMA Cat 1 CME credits provided by The Medical Society of Maryland – AACME Certified CME Partner
David Joyce MD, MBA Program Instructor
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