Treatment Coordinator Training Path
You can’t do any dentistry if your patients don’t accept it and pay for it. Your ability to get cases accepted is what determines the ceiling of your practice. Recent surveys show that the average practice has outstanding treatment in 60% of it’s charts—that’s a lot of treatment that’s not being accepted!
This is where the Treatment Coordinator comes in. Your business (and income) will go up and down depending on the skills of the Treatment Coordinator.
And more than any other front office position, the Treatment Coordinator needs to be incredibly good at their job in order to make it worthwhile for the practice.