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Updating Your Dental Business Plan in 2022

February 28, 2022
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Since the start of the pandemic, all business owners have had to deal with changes at work. And now that we’re beginning to adapt to our “new normal”, you are probably wondering where these changes leave your business. Updating your dental business plan is the best way to assess the current state of your practice- and also prepare for the future. Below, we’ll share why 2022 is the perfect time to update your dental business plan.

Take Charge of Your Finances

The COVID-19 pandemic and changes in the economy have both had major impacts on virtually all businesses. During the height of the pandemic, fewer people were visiting dental practices. Plus, things like new PPE also created unexpected costs. Thus, many dental practices are dealing with financial strain.

In order to fully recover from a tough couple of years, it’s best to outline the current state of your finances and then set tangible goals for building back. 2022 is a great time to do this, as you will now have two years of financial data from the pandemic.

Update Your Health and Safety Policies

Of course, health and safety policies are another big change that virtually every business has had to make. Plus, mixed messages from local officials and frequent CDC updates made it hard to create these policies in the first place! Now that the worst of the pandemic is (hopefully) behind us, your business can reflect on the past few years and create company policies that will work best for you going forward. Adding these to your business plan will give your employees much-needed clarity on the topic.

Expand Your Practice With New Services

The past few years have been all about dealing with challenges. In 2022, you might finally feel like you’re ready to expand. Adding new services to your dental practice is the best way to grow your skills- as well as your business. You might also want to refresh your techniques or explore newer dental technologies. IHDS offers a variety of training courses that can give you new skills for your dental business plan.

Learn More Today

IHDS offers the training you need to grow your dental practice. Our expert instructors and hands-on approach make it easy for you to meet the goals in your dental business plan. Explore our website to learn about our online resources, in-person seminars, and more.

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