This podcast is part two of a three-part series to help you get your website looking great. If you missed part one click here. We have "web guru" Michael Reynolds, Spin Web Marketing, on to discuss easy to use techniques and tips.
This podcast is part three of a three-part series to help you get your website looking great. If you missed part one click here and part two is here. We have "web guru" Michael Reynolds, Spin Web Marketing, on to discuss easy to use techniques and tips.
Jason and Brogan have come up with a new way to think about marketing dollars spent versus acquiring a practice. If you need new patients coming through the door and are spending too much on marketing, then this idea might be for you.
Believe it or not, tax season is right around the corner. This week we talk to Four Quadrants’ top CPA to discover what you should be doing now for next year's tax season. Highly recommended for all dentists and specialists.
This week Jason and Brogan discuss when buying a CAD/CAM machine makes sense and when it doesn't.
On this episode, we talk to Yankee Dental Congress General Chair Dr. Traci Portnoff. If you are going to this year's convention in Boston, or are considering going, this is a must listen.
On this episode, we talk to Berrien Dental's partners Drs. Todd Christy and Eric Balsis. The main conversation revolves around how they have had excellent growth results via acquisitions, how marketing plays into their overall growth strategy, and what it takes to make a partnership strong and long-lasting.
On this episode, we talk to one of the most successful oral surgeons in Indiana, Dr. Larry Falender. We talk about why he prefers to work with dental-specific financial planners, why he became an oral surgeon, and he gives excellent advice for a younger dentist. Hit play, and you will probably learn a few things.
On today's show, we have Dave Butler, a super talented oral surgeon hailing from his hometown of Madison Indiana where he has practiced for over 30 years. Dave is an Indiana University graduate, plays in three bands and every year he scouts out the best blues player's for Madison Indiana's yearly Ribberfesival.
On today's show, we talk about human resources best practices. To help us do that our special guest today is Adrienne Twigg with Bent Ericksen. Adrienne has over 20 years of experience in the dental HR world and is happy to share many insights and tips for you to add to your HR arsenal. Take a listen and get ready to make your practice a better place to work for you and your employees.
On today's episode, we have dental billing specialist Dr. James Anderson. Dr. Anderson built nine dental practices from scratch. While building his empire, he identified a need in the marketplace and created one of the largest dental billing companies in the nation. If you are looking for some great dental billing tips, this is the podcast for you.
On today's episode, we sit down with two of Four Quadrants Advisory's top accountants, Ryan McLaughlin and Colt Smith, to discuss the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 and how it affects dentists. The topic matter may be one that most folks find a little scary or tough to understand, so we keep it high level and very non-accountant friendly. Anyone that is a dentist and pays taxes should probably give this episode a quick listen.
On this episode, we discuss how you can make your practice more profitable by taking care of an underserved population and feel great about doing it. To help do that, we have veteran clients of Four Quadrants, Dr. Mike and Rebekah Glasmeier.