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Pain Point 7 - Lack Of Productivity

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Every chair in your dental practice is a Unit of Dental Business – this will help you to calculate your required practice productivity.

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Pain Point 7 - Lack Of Productivity

  1. 1. L a c k o f P r o d u c t i v i t yL a c k O f P r o d u c t i v i t y Calculate the operating cost per surgery per day. This includes everything except lab costs, material costs or associate, therapist, hygienist fees and your personal drawings. Divide that total annual operating cost by the number of surgery days you are able to offer to the public each year. Add a percentage profit to that number, representing the cash you need to generate from the room after the fee-earner, lab and materials have been paid - but to generate some profit for you. Step 1: Step 2: Step 3: Step 4: Step 5: Calculate the average daily production of each of your fee-earners. Take into account nominal daily UDB value, nominal daily membership scheme value and actual fee per item sales. Run your fee-earner’s production through the numbers, pay them, the lab and materials, apply the percentages - and see what is left. Every chair in your dental practice is a Unit of Dental Business – this will help you to calculate your required practice productivity. If the answer is lower than your target cash is less than Step 3 you have a problem. contact 7connections on 01647 478145 or visit us at www.7connections.com FOR PAIN-FREE DENTAL BUSINESS Created by The solution 7connections can help you with the initial calculations, the use of the profitability calculator and the resulting conversations.

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