With the school year kicking off, unprecedented times are continuing with the Covid-19 situation still impacting the country. When most in-person classes and activities came to an abrupt halt this March it was unclear what the impact would become, and many working professionals were forced to adapt on the fly.
Organizational change can be a huge point of tension in an office, especially in production-oriented patient care environments.
Additional staffing resources will continue to be needed. And now, more than ever, locum tenens dentists and temporary hygienists will be a critical component to your business “bounce back” plan. Where you get your staff from and what are your plan? As a staff member, how are you choosing which agency/offices to work through? Choose carefully.
As some states are nearing the end of their Safer-at-Home mandates, dental offices will start re-opening. For many of these offices, re-opening dates are tentative, but there does seem to be light at the end of the tunnel. The new reality of opening a dental health care facility on the heels of a pandemic is drawing closer.