The SaaS platform provides a model business playbook to new Endo practices standardized from successful, high production endodontic practices.
Clovis, California, United States, 31st Oct 2022 – Flow Patterns, a company that provides standardized plug-and-play, interwoven workflow training for service industries, has recently introduced Endodontic SuperSystems (ESS), a digitally shared business playbook for new Endo practices who want to create a frictionless workflow in their practice. Developed by experts and inspired by the business process of a top performing practice in revenue, growth, patient, and team satisfaction, it is developed to help nascent small businesses in the endodontic sectors function efficiently.
Endodontic SuperSystems allows Endo practices to prioritize the well-being of patients and teammates by optimizing certain processes through standardization and automation. One way the ESS platform achieves this is through maps and workflows that guide each team member to their roles. After a while, the members master their responsibilities and become specialists without needing any time and resource-consuming assistance. This eliminates practice disorganization, role duplication, and team turnover. Working with team members specialized in their roles and duties allows the endodontist to dramatically reduce his time in the operatory, creating openings for more treatments and accommodating patient emergencies.
The ESS platform helps to solve a major challenge in Endo practice which is training and retention. For small businesses, poor retention of members who fill the specialized roles is an expensive problem. The amount of time, resource, and effort that goes into training a new employee is costly, but the ESS platform provides a solution by substantially improving the traditional learning management systems. The platform shares training modules with clear, role-specific guidance, and charts outline best practices in different areas. As a result an expedited training process that could potentially take 6-12 months can be accomplished in 3-8 weeks. New employees trained with the ESS platform adapt to their new roles with confidence and clarity.
For practices who want to emulate the performance and process of other practices, the ESS platform provides access to anonymized industry data and individual practice benchmarks that can be used for evaluations, and making decisions based on established business metrics.
Overall, the standardized structure enables new Endo practices to function smoothly, supported by a team of members specialized in their roles who enjoy an optimal work-life balance. Patients who search for “endodontist specialist near me” on the internet will also benefit from the approach that places a priority on their treatment and care.
Speaking about the inspiration behind the platform, CEO and Founder, Dr. Christopher Sabourin said, “We built Endodontics SuperSystems (ESS) to share the customizable building blocks of high production practices. It’s our way of serving small businesses – contributing to the potential of practitioners and teams serving our community and growing our economy. The ESS platform is designed to improve quality of life for the circle of human experience around each practice: to give endo teams a positive, secure and professional work experience. To make patients feel better, healthier, and to inspire lasting confidence in their dental professionals, and to give hardworking endodontists work-life balance and time for the people in their lives.”
About Endodontic SuperSystems: Endodontic SuperSystems is a SaaS platform that provides a model practice playbook for new endodontic practices.
Organization: Endodontic SuperSystems
Contact Person: Endodontic SuperSystems
Email: [email protected]
Phone: (559) 206-2902
Address 1: 1829 Shaw Ave 104
Country: United States
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