I’m delighted to welcome Dr. Scott Leune onto this week’s podcast to discuss how you can build a profitable business.
Dr. Scott Leune is the founder of Breakaway Practice, a practice management company which has consulted and helped develop 90 de novos. It has also helped to operate 500 practices through scheduling, insurance, billing, marketing, and IT services.
More recently, Dr. Leune co-founded Dental Whale, an innovative dental company which is carving a new category of group private practice ownership and management. Dental Whale's subsidiary companies include the largest dental repair franchise in North America, a hand piece repair company, a dental marketing company, a dental practice brokerage firm, an 80-practice dental support organization, a seminars company, a dental consulting company, and a dental back office services company. Together, Dental Whale companies have supported over 15,000 dentists in 2017.
With such a diversified set of experiences, Dr. Leune lectures on data-driven decision making in dentistry in an environment of scalable systems and infrastructure.
On the podcast we discussed…
You can sign-up for one of Dr. Scott Leune’s business training seminars and maximize your success by visiting breakawaypractice.com or find out more about Dental Whale and how they can help support, manage and market dental practice on the company’s website dentalwhale.com.
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On this podcast episode, I had the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Shaina Holman from Holman Family Dental Care about the power of social media and how you can use it to bring more patients to your practice each month.
Shaina is from Chapel Hill, NC and graduated from East Chapel Hill High School. She always had a passion for science, teaching, and art and knew she wanted to choose a profession that would allow her to have a significant impact on the community. While still in high school, Shaina had the opportunity to research at Duke University, which resulted in her first publication in a peer-reviewed journal.
Shaina completed her undergraduate education at Duke University, where she majored in Biological Anthropology and Anatomy and graduated with distinction. Throughout her time in college, Shaina worked in several research labs because she loved hands-on learning and applying what she learned to solve problems. Her passion for dentistry began with a project for her Ethnobiology class while studying abroad in Costa Rica. When she returned, she started the Pre-Dental Society, and the rest is history!
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