Many dental practices want to offer healthcare benefits to attract, recruit, and retain the top dental hygienists, dental assistants, and office managers. Since many small dental practice run on tight budgets. >>Read more.
The last thing a busy dental practice wants to worry about is healthcare benefits. Nonetheless, healthcare benefits are a vital part of recruiting and retaining the best. >>Read more.
As small business health insurance costs continue to rise, employers are looking for ways to offer health benefits at a lower cost. One of these strategies quickly being adopted by dental practices is defined contribution healthcare. >>Read more.
As an owner of a dental practice, you’ve got a lot on your plate. Aside from your important duties of treating patients, you might be handling hiring, managing your office, and dealing with group health insurance for your employees. And since dental practice health insurance is time consuming and costly, many dental practices are switching to individual health insurance as a way to free up valuable time and money. >>Read more.