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1 ) Dental Commercial Real Estate Financing
2 ) Dental Equipment Leasing
3 ) Medical Invoice Factoring
4 ) SBA Loan Program
5 ) Medical Accounts Receivable Financing
6 ) Medical Practice Loans
7 ) Medical Accounts Recievable Financing
8 ) Dental Practice Acquisition Financing
9 ) Dental Software Leasing
10) Dental Practice Start-Up Financing
11) Dental Practice Management Consultant Financing
12) Dental Practice Debt Consolidation
13) Dental Practice Marketing Consultant Financing
14) Dental Practice Working Capital Financing
15) Other Medical Financing
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Dental Practice Financing: Dentists Budget Wisely for Increased Bottom Line Profit!
With interest rates still low compared to past years, many practitioners are saving hundreds and even thousands of dollars per month by Debt Consolidation. Dental Practice Financing is the way to help your Practice get out of debt and into profits.
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Smart practitioners are reinvesting their savings back into their business. Often that investment takes the form of increased spending on a dental practice marketing consultant.
Armed with extra cash and burdened by a busy schedule, some dentists mistakenly initiate dental practice marketing projects without a budget or plan. These practitioners may end up with an impressive new website or creative direct mail campaigns, without seeing any significant increase in their bottom line.
Creating a marketing budget is a three-step process.
Your budget should reflect the financial costs and benefits of attracting new patients compared with keeping the current ones. How much are current patients worth to your practice compared to new ones? Calculations vary widely on the financial value of new patients to a practice. Generally speaking, if you have a high case acceptance rate, then your patients-of-record already have received needed care. Thus, new patients may be worth more to your practice simply because they are more likely to need dental services.
Determine how much to spend on marketing. Some offices decide how much to invest in marketing by simply guessing what their colleagues are spending, or by setting aside three to six percent of their gross income. Instead, carefully work out the costs of each marketing project in comparison with the number of patients reached.
Assess your past marketing projects in terms of how much each strategy costs compared with how many new patients were attracted to the practice – and how much each new patient spent. Strategies include anything from direct mailings to new residents to sponsoring local sports teams.
Consolidate your Personal and Practice Debt and see how your Dental Practice will Increase In Your Bottom Line Profits by utilizing an Effective Practice Marketing Consultant!
Now’s the time for Dental Practice Financing and to consolidate your debt- personal and business!