Achieve 85% Recall Effectiveness

An effective recall system is the backbone of any successful dental practice.

It drives appointments, enables the optimisation of available chair-side time, and determines the treatment mix / hourly earnings.

 

Did you know that the average recall effectiveness of a dental practice is just 57%, but those operating a multi-stage best practice approach are achieving well over 85%?

We have worked with over 1,400 dental practices and found that the effectiveness of a recall system is largely determined by the process itself. In fact the top 5% best performing practices in this area have a lot in common; both in terms of the best practice recall process they employ and the supporting disciplines they have embedded in their practice culture.

We believe that achieving 85% recall effectiveness is the First Immutable Law of Practice Performance. Click here to view our latest whitepaper, or talk to an expert about taking your recalls to the next level.

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