Your dental practice is a service business dependent on your talent, expertise, education, and, above all, your time. You can’t afford to spend your time worrying about finances. Let the seasoned and specialized team at Collins & Ganley, PC provide the financial support you need so you can focus on your patients and practice.
Collins & Ganley, PC has years of experience in supporting the financial needs of general, pediatric, orthodontic, and periodontal practices. We understand the challenges specialized dental professionals face such as increasing costs, healthcare reform, and decreasing reimbursements. As a result, we provide you with industry-specific business expertise and we will work with you throughout the year to deliver the tools and resources you need to build and maintain a thriving practice.
Our experienced professionals will provide insightful feedback, breaking down complex data into practical terms to help you make intelligent business decisions. Through careful planning and analysis, together we will determine your needs and create a personalized service package to keep you on track toward a more profitable practice.
BOSS is the answer to your back office headaches. Our cloud-based solution enables you to hand complex accounting tasks over to us. We work the numbers while providing you 24/7 access to your data—and all at a fixed, affordable monthly fee.
Even with summer in the rearview mirror, there are lots of opportunities to get out of the house and enjoy activities with family and friends (or others in your “bubble”). Here are 10 suggestions for fall fun that everyone in your crew—regardless of age—can enjoy.
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It's hard not to be apprehensive about fall this year with many schools reverting to online learning at home for students. But if it helps, you're not alone. Recent statistics show that 51 percent of working parents said they'll be distracted to a "moderate" or "great" degree on days when their kids learn from home, and 42 percent are worried to the same extent about their job security due to the situation.