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Shared Practices | Your Dental Roadmap to Practice Ownership | Custom Made for the New Dentist

A bootcamp in small business ownership and practice management for dentists, giving the new graduate a roadmap to successful practice ownership. We interview the best dentists, experts, consultants and more on our weekly show. Here's the topics we will be covering in our 8 Seasons: 1. First Years as a Dentist 2. Think Like a Business Owner 3. Money and Numbers 4. Startups, Acquisitions, and Partnerships 5. Internal Systems 6. Marketing & Growth 7. Leadership, Vision and Culture 8. Beyond Dentistry Go to SharedPractices.com to get our PDF roadmap of these 8 Seasons.
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Jun 29, 2018

Welcome to back to the Shared Practices Podcast! This week we have a return guest, Tim Tursonoff. He joined us for episode 3-12!  Tim is a non-dentist that owns a DSO in North Florida. In this week’s episode we have George and Jonas interviewing Tim. They discuss what it takes to run a successful Fee For Service DSO. Tim has a realistic view and brings honesty and authenticity to the multiple practice ownership conversation. He also gives some advice for those dentists who want to take the plunge into multiple practice ownership. Thanks for listening to this week’s episode of the Shared Practices Podcast!

 

 

For the last 6 years Tim Tursonoff oversaw operations for solo practitioners and group practices (both GPs and specialists) throughout Florida. Tim's scope of expertise can be best described as the ability to make good practices great by streamlining operations and increasing profitability. Prior to his involvement in the business of dentistry, Tim had spent 11 years in various executive positions in finance and business development with several Fortune 500 companies. Tim holds a Bachelor's Degree in business from Jacksonville University.



Jun 22, 2018

Welcome to back to the Shared Practices Podcast! This week our guest is Jayme Amos! For nearly a decade, Jayme has worked with dentists, caring for their practice success so they can care best for patients. Jayme’s team has helped many dentists looking for their ideal practice. In this episode, Jayme talks about his 13 stages to open a successful new practice. Jayme and George also talk about incorporating vision in your dental practice. Having a vision for your practice allows you to tell your story to your patients and your community. We loved having Jayme on this week’s episode of the Shared Practices Podcast!

 

 

For nearly a decade, Jayme Amos has worked with dentists, caring for their practice success so they can care best for patients. His blend of experiences in Fortune 500 and entrepreneurial settings has benefited hundreds of dentists with profitable practice growth tools and stunning new practice locations. Prior to working with his dental clients, Jayme co-founded and grew a million-dollar recruiting firm, earning him a keen understanding of the needs of thriving small businesses. Through his participation in numerous site selections and lease negotiations, he has become a trusted advisor in dentists' new location projects. Jayme resides in the Philadelphia suburbs and keeps his faith, wife, and children as his life's greatest efforts.

Jun 15, 2018

Welcome to back to the Shared Practices Podcast! This week our guests are Bob Payton and Tony Brumley from our Season 3 sponsor- Dental Planet! Bob is the President of Dental Planet and Tony is the Vice President of Sales and Marketing. In this episode Bob, Tony, and George talk about ways that dentists can utilize Dental Planet for their startup equipment needs. They explain the wide variety of options that dentists can choose from when looking at outfitting their startup. The most important takeaway from the episode is that no matter the budget, having a plan will streamline the process and make sure that you open your startup on time! Thanks for listening to this week’s episode of the Shared Practices Podcast!

 

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Jun 8, 2018

Welcome to back to the Shared Practices Podcast! This week our guest is Tim Tursonoff. Tim is a non-dentist dental practice owner. Tim brings a unique perspective to the discussion about startups, acquisitions and group practices. In the interview Jonas and Tim discuss his mindset as a non-dentist owning multiple dental practices and the advantages and disadvantages it brings to the table. They also discuss the future of DSOs (dental service organizations) in dentistry. Thanks for listening to this week’s episode of the Shared Practices Podcast!

 

 

For the last 6 years Tim Tursonoff oversaw operations for solo practitioners and group practices (both GPs and specialists) throughout Florida. Tim's scope of expertise can be best described as the ability to make good practices great by streamlining operations and increasing profitability. Prior to his involvement in the business of dentistry, Tim had spent 11 years in various executive positions in finance and business development with several Fortune 500 companies. Tim holds a Bachelor's Degree in business from Jacksonville University.

Jun 1, 2018

Welcome to back to the Shared Practices Podcast! This week our guest is Morgan Stump. Morgan leads Lendeavor’s business development efforts in the Pacific Northwest and Mountain West Regions. Lendeavor is a direct lending company that uses speed, simplicity, and expertise to help buyers with practice and real estate loans. In this episode George and Morgan take us through the process that a doctor goes through to get a startup loan. Morgan provides valuable insight about forming a relationship with your banker. They dive into the timeline of the practice loan and compare a startup loan vs an acquisition loan. Thanks for listening to this week’s episode of the Shared Practices Podcast!

 

 

Morgan has over 15 years of lending experience, including seven years in practice finance. Prior to joining Lendeavor in February 2018, he worked for Wells Fargo Practice Finance, where he oversaw and grew a consistently top-performing region, often with an emphasis on financial education for practice owners. Whether conducting continuing-education seminars or providing referrals to trusted industry specialists, Morgan focuses on adding value to every practice he works with. He oversees Lendeavor's business development efforts in the Pacific Northwest and Mountain West regions, where he lives with his wife Corey and one-year-old daughter Willa.

Find out more about Morgan and Lendeavor: Here

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