The dentist as chief executive officer

Levin, Roger P.
June 2007
Journal of the American Dental Association (JADA);Jun2007, Vol. 138 Issue 6, p821
Academic Journal
The article presents the six characteristics of a dentist as a chief executive officer (CEO). Such leadership characterizes a dentist's excellence in providing dental care to patients. However, being a CEO dentist is a tough job, as it involves handling dental diagnosis and treatment on a daily basis while directing. Being a CEO is inferred to be necessary as dentists are in charge of their own companies. Tips on how to be a successful CEO dentist are also provided.


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