Baltimore, MD Dental CPA | Combat Burnout to Increase Production

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Have you ever felt tired, stressed, and overwhelmed to the point where it impacts your production numbers? Burnout can happen to all dentists and their teams. Yes, this includes you. Before burnout starts to significantly impact your practice, you need to know how to recognize it and how to manage it.

Identify Signs of Burnout

If you start to feel unfocused, tired, or bored, you may be experiencing burnout. Does your team lack the enthusiasm they once possessed? When you start to notice these clues and behaviors, take action immediately. You and your team have invested countless hours in building a fulfilling career in dentistry. Don’t allow a temporary period of burnout to cause you to question your work. Instead, it’s time to reinvigorate your attitude.

Identify the Problem Areas

When production numbers begin to slip, look at where your numbers are starting to drag. When a department’s numbers begin to sink, your team members can start to feel low, impacting the office’s overall morale. Identifying the problem area allows you and your team to find and implement a solution before dissatisfaction spreads.

Identify New Areas to Explore

If you are experiencing burnout, the time may be right to learn a new skill. Sign up for a CE course or workshop on a subject that is new or intriguing. By expanding your skills, you can increase the number of services you provide, which can turn sagging appointment numbers around. Could your team benefit from additional courses? You may want to try selecting a course the entire team can participate in together. Not only will you all be learning new applicable skills, but you will be improving your relationships with each other which will lead to improved morale.

Burnout will happen to even the best dental team. When you start to notice the signs of burnout, don’t wait for things to improve on their own. Be proactive and identify the areas you or the team could improve. Whether it is improving the number of hygiene appointments, or taking a new CE course, take action immediately to combat signs of burnout.

Dental CPA Towson | Schiff and Associates Named One of Maryland’s Best

towson-dental-cpaSchiff and Associates is pleased to announce that our team has been named one of the best accounting firms by The Daily Record’s Reader Rankings 2017 list.

Schiff and Associates placed second in the category of “Best Accounting Firm.” Our team would like to extend our thanks and appreciation to our clients for allowing us to help you reach new benchmarks of success.

At Schiff and Associates, we are committed to providing personalized services for businesses including accounting, tax minimization strategies, profitability maximization, retirement planning, and more. Beyond focusing on your business’ numbers, we take the time to focus on your goals for your business. 

Businesses spotlighted by the Reader Rankings list were selected by readers of The Daily Record, who were asked to choose the best businesses in Maryland in numerous categories. The entire Schiff and Associates team would like to thank the readers of The Daily Record for their support and praise.

Together, let’s have a successful and fulfilling year.

Why Choose a Dental CPA

Why do you need a CPA?

As a business owner, you are faced with a host of responsibilities and decisions that can feel overwhelming.  Bookkeeping, financial planning, and practice management all take time you would likely prefer to spend with patients. The right accountant can help you minimize taxes, increase revenues, and improve the health of your business, while allowing you to focus more of your time and energy doing the dentistry you love.

What is a Dental CPA?

A Dental CPA is an accountant who works extensively with dental professionals. Dental CPAs invest time to learn the nuances of the dental industry, monitor trends and advancements in dentistry, and understand the unique business needs of a dental practice.

Why should you choose a Dental CPA?

A skilled Dental CPA can provide more specialized advice than an accountant who works primarily with other industries. Your Dental CPA has studied the tax codes for the best ways to minimize your tax burden now and will have strategies for affecting next quarter and next year, as well. They can provide personalized business and financial advice to help you grow your practice and reach your personal and practice goals.

What can a Dental CPA do for you?

Your Dental CPA knows how your practices finances reflect your business operations and will use your financial reports as a diagnostic tool to illustrate areas of opportunity in your practice. As a business advisor, they will use data on your practice health, fees, staffing, and more to see how you compare to your competitors. Your Dental CPA can suggest ways to achieve greater efficiency, productivity, and financial health. They can provide you with expert advice on the best time to add another dentist, invest in new equipment, or consider opening a new location.

How can you learn more about Dental CPAs?

You can learn more about Dental CPAs or find one in your area by contacting Allen Schiff, Dental CPA and president of the Academy of Dental CPAs. Visit http://schiffcpa.com/ or call (401) 321-7707.