Oral Systemic - How to Have Your Patients ‘Get It’ – Presented by Gary Kadi
Webinar Date: July 16, 2014
Presented by Gary Kadi
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We can all agree that we buy what we WANT, not always what we NEED. Your patients are the same way! This webinar will show you and your team how to speak directly to your patients ‘personal motivators’. This simple tool shows them the WHY behind the need for their dentistry, both as it relates to their oral systemic health and to the things that are most important to them… all while significantly increasing your case acceptance and retention.
- The 3 domains of personal motivators
- How to listen FOR vs. TO what your patients are saying
- How to overcome financial barriers (e.g. insurance)
- The 3 simple steps to utilizing personal motivators in your practice
About the presenter:
Mr. Gary Kadi has been a devoted advocate for the healthcare community, their families, and their patients for over 19 years. A speaker, author, and researcher, Gary helps health professionals implement systems that bring physicians and dentists together in delivering optimal care to their patients.
Gary has authored several books for health professionals and their teams which have been distributed in 37 countries. He is the producer and developer of the national movie documentary “Say Ahh … the Cavity in Healthcare Reform”, which showcases the important place oral health has in overall health and in healthcare today. Its primary purpose is to educate the public on the oral-systemic connection and to bring medicine and dentistry together for the benefit of getting America healthier.
After years of studying the reoccurring challenges facing dentists and physicians he developed a practice model which incorporates “Complete Health Dentistry” within clinical practice as well as the business of healthcare – which emphasizes the significance of physicians and dentists working together