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It’s your party and you can get mad if you want to. According to research, PPOs have consumed over 80% of the market. Isn’t it time to boot them from your guest list? Look at it this way: do they help with the day-to-day? Are they putting in the long hours? Did they put blood, sweat, and tears into dental school? 

The short answer is “no” for all of these questions, yet insurance keeps putting their hand in the cookie jar and taking the best ones. They are taking the credit for a great party without putting in the work.  

We’re not blaming you. Insurance is sneaky. They start slowly, and eventually, they act like they own the place. Before you know it, they’re telling YOU how to treat patients.

We’ve heard this before. Have you paid attention to the medical industry? Insurance “partnered” with physicians and then, one day, BAM, it was running the whole show.

There are a few ways to respond to this threat:

  • Accept it
  • Fight it
  • Leave

Which one are you drawn to? Hint: only the third option leads to success. The other two are total dead ends…either now or later.

Firing the insurance company might seem like a big step, but it’s not. It’s a calculated journey taken in small steps. But it is a journey you have to take if you don’t want to experience what’s coming NEXT for dentists who do nothing.   

We are making available a report to the dental community that outlines the steps you can take to finally break free from insurance and keep the money you’ve earned. If you haven’t grabbed your copy yet, you can do so here: PPO Prison

The first step to financial freedom is at your fingertips. 

Like this blog? Here are other recommended readings:

Destination Wealth: Your Guide to Becoming The Wealthiest Dentist

He was Struggling with Low Profits, Then He Became a Revenue Machine


Written by Smartbox

SmartBox employs the best minds in dentistry to help you grow your practice. Our Practice Growth System™ is proven to help dentists in every market area across the country achieve predictable year-over-year growth.

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