Greatest Hits: Andrea Cook – How to Be Successful While Playing by the Rules

One of the toughest things about being an orthodontist is understanding how to properly navigate the federal and state requirements that play a role in our clinical and day-to-day lives.We have to be on top of all OSHA, State Board, and CDC compliance guidelines that govern our practices.That's why I'm excited to share with you an interview I did a few years back with Andrea Cook, one of the most respected consultants in orthodontics,  in our Greatest Hits series.Andrea is a wealth of knowledge when it comes to running a successful practice while staying compliant with relevant regulations. Whether you're a recent graduate or a seasoned clinician, her insights and suggestions are incredibly valuable.If you're an orthodontist looking to improve your practice and navigate the complex world of regulations and compliance, I highly recommend listening to this interview with Andrea Cook.I'm confident that you'll come away with practical tips that you can put into practice right away.So don't wait – grab a drink, get on the treadmill, or whatever you need to do to settle in and listen to my interview with Andrea Cook. I promise you won't be disappointed!Key Takeaways- Meet Andrea Cook (02:08)- Sterilization compliance and OSHA (05:52)- $9 million settlement for compliance violations (07:38)- Difference between State Board and OSHA (10:26)- What to do when OSHA shows up in your office (25:44)- Operating under all applicable laws and regulations (34:34)- How patients perceive our practices (41:40)- The single most important thing to our patients (45:37)- Treat people like people (48:20)Additional Resources🔹 Andrea Cook's Website:🔹 Do You Want More Profits and Lower Stress? ... Register for the OrthoPreneurs Summit  2023:🔹 For more information, visit:🔹 Join our FREE Facebook group here:

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