Louise Bone explains what an initial Practice Plan appointment involves and what they cover during the first conversations.
It’s always good to talk things through. Especially when you’re thinking about making a change to your practice that will affect you, your team and your patients.
Whether you’re feeling overwhelmed by the pressure of working in the NHS or underwhelmed by the support you’re receiving from your current plan provider, if you’ve been thinking of moving to Practice Plan, we like to begin with a conversation that’s all about you. After all, it’s your business.
Changing payment plan provider
The first thing we do is arrange an informal chat with one of our regional support managers (RSM). They are local to you. And they have years of experience, many of which are in practice. So they’re therefore familiar with the challenges facing dental teams in general.
But what they will want to talk about is you, your practice, your patients, and your dreams and ambitions.
The aim is to discover what your goals are for your business, how your practice looks now and what you want it to look like five years from now, what challenges you face, what your options are and how we can support you both in the short and long term.
There’s no obligation to sign on the dotted line. Rather it’s an initial conversation to clarify what the path forward could look like. As well as to give you all the information you need to make solid decisions about your future.
Practice Plan has years of experience helping over 1,700 dental practices to transform the profitability of their business through the combination of a well-populated plan and personalised support. This includes marketing, business advice, events, and training.
To set up an initial conversation with a member of the Practice Plan team, call 01691 684165 or go to www.practiceplan.co.uk/events/making-the-move-from-nhs-to-private-dentistry-one-to-one-virtual-clinic.