- Saturday 1/28/2023
- Time: 1:00 - 3:00 pm
- Course Code: 670SL
- Cost: No Charge
- Room Location: BCEC Exhibit Floor Classroom C
- Credits: 2 CE Hours
Expand Your Practice
Jeffrey Jellerson, has worked successfully in the healthcare finance field for the last two decades. As the northeast region Business Development Manager for Wells Fargo Practice Finance, he advises and guides doctors on a variety of matters including credit management, cash flow and practice borrowing. Jeffrey is a trusted industry advisor and has made numerous presentations at national, state and local meetings. His experience has helped doctors successfully prepare for transition into practice ownership, as well as helping existing practitioners grow their practice.
Bill Pellicano, has 25 years of experience and over 600 successful dental practices informing his diagnostic techniques as a dental practice growth consultant. He will look at the health of your business the same way you might evaluate and treat one of your patients. Bill creates a custom “treatment plan” that will enable your practice to function at the optimal level of its potential. Growth requires analysis, investment, and a well-crafted strategic plan designed specifically for you.
Upgrading, remodeling, or relocating your practice may be a complex undertaking as you seek to reap the most from your long-term investment. Articulating your short and long-term goals may help you protect your investment and potentially increase your return on it. This course is designed to help you navigate the change process with worksheets and exercises that help you think through and document your plan.
- Determine when the time is right to expand your practice
- Analyze your opportunities
- Create a timeline and budget for your project
- Explain how to begin to assemble a team of advisors to help you keep the project running smoothly
- Understand financing options
Recommended Audience: Dentist
Ambient Noise Disclaimer: Please note that this course will be held on the Exhibit Hall Floor and will be subject to ambient noise.