People all over the country are asking the same question: Is it safe to see patients?
This guide is a quick look at some of the precautions that dental practices are taking. Discover how private practices and DSOs are changing their safety protocols, effectively communicating the changes to patients, overcoming PPE shortages, determining PPE costs, and navigating “the new normal.”
Download our free guide today to learn about:
- Preparing your patients and your team
- Face masks
- Pre-screening phone calls
- CDC changes in PPE gear
- PPE costs
- Infection control measures
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What Will be Different?
This guide is a quick look at some of the changes that private practices and dental support groups are implementing to give you and your team some ideas. Each practice is different, so some of these ideas you may love and others you may choose to disregard. The important thing is to make sure your team is following the CDC, OSHA and ADA guidelines for patient safety, risk management, and regulatory compliance. There is a list of resources with links to those websites at the bottom of this guide.
Turn More Calls Into Booked Appointments
More callers than ever have questions about safety protocols, treatment costs, and scheduling. Patient Prism identifies the new patient calls that don’t end in a booked appointment and teaches your team what to say to call back - and win back - those missed opportunities. And we do all that in about 30 minutes.