Technology versus cost: What your customers are reading this month

Prescott, William P.
June 2009
Proofs;Jun2009, Vol. 92 Issue 3, p6
Trade Publication
A reprint of the article "Technology Versus Cost: What Your Customers Are Reading This Month," by William P. Prescott, which appeared in the May 2009 issue of "Dental Economics." It presents the author's observations on the benefits against the cost of technology. It offers a look at that factors related to technology that must be considered when planning to hire an associate. It also cites eight rules for purchasing dental technology.


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