3 Traits of a Successful DSO

  • New patient
  • Revenue by supplier
  • Hours worked
  • Accessible hours
  • Limit rate
  • Revenue each hour
  • Methodology by supplier
  • Revenue per methodology
  • EBITDA
  • Cost per employ
  • Acknowledgment rate
  • Worker turnover rate
  • Worker commitment
  • Client procurement cost
  • Client lifetime esteem
  • Hardware like dental equipment, computerized x-beams, cameras, imaging apparatuses, workstations, or tablets
  • Clinical software applications like diagramming, imaging, AI, conclusion, and treatment, patient training
  • Administrative software applications like email, reinforcement the executives, planning, patient records, protection claims, bookkeeping

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