WORKING SHORT-STAFFED? Six Strategies to Reduce Stress & Stay Productive

It is difficult to provide quality care and give your patients the attention they deserve when you are working short-handed. Before the pandemic, the U.S. was already experiencing a shortage of dental assistants. Covid-19 has created an even bigger drop in the dental workforce. Practices are struggling to find assistants, hygienists, and administrators.

WORKING SHORT-STAFFED? Six Strategies to Reduce Stress & Stay Productive

Join Kay Hickey, a dental assistant and clinical efficiency consultant for important tips and tricks to help you to provide better dental care, stay productive, and keep compliant even if you are working short-staffed.

Course Objectives: 

  • Evaluate the current state of clinician shortages in dental practices and how it is affecting patient care
  • Learn 6 strategies to streamline and automate your processes to provide efficient patient care while working short-staffed
  • Discover best practices to build your ideal team and retain them

Length: 1 HOUR | Credits: 1.0 CE AGD Code: Practice Management and Human Relations – 550

Kay Hickey



$ 69

Credit Hours:


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Provider Approval:

Nationally Recognized (AGD-PACE) Academy of General Dentistry Program approval for Continuing Education

Who the course is for:

Billing & Treatment Coordinators
Dental Assistants
Front Desk
Insurance Coordinators and Coding Administrators
Office Managers
Scheduling Coordinators

Self Study:

Access to recording and any resources for 1 year

What Dental Zing students say

I really enjoyed the course. It was everything as promised, and more!

Kelvin Black, DDS

I definitely recommend taking a course. Once you start, you won’t want to stop. I’m learning so much!!!

Zasha Swan, Office Manager

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