The Paragon Program, created by Ken Runkle, held another of its series of wealth and growth management seminars in Baltimore at the Hilton BWI Hotel on May 11, 2018. Almost 30 doctors from the Maryland area were in attendance to take in Paragon’s management tips, one major portion based around “7 Life Principles.”

These guiding principles are meant to provide effective business strategies for doctors and are designed to help doctors with setting themselves up for long term financial success. The advice is simple in nature but are areas in which Paragon has observed to be common pitfalls that dental practices don’t always avoid. For instance, “standard of care” should be the standard of the practice’s doctor, not merely the legal regulation minimum. Paragon suggests doctors shouldn’t feel like they’re simply meeting certain standards to avoid litigation but working for the best possible care they can provide.

Paragon carefully vets and approves of their sponsors and Sodium Dental is proud to have a long standing sponsorship in which we’ve provided service and value that has consistently surpassed expectations. Members have come to recognize that Sodium offers services and products that are in line with the profitable business models and financial decisions that are geared towards solutions for short and long term issues.

One of the many ways dentists are commonly advised by Paragon is choosing the correct software for practice management and imaging. Sodium is ready to suggest and support software that is not only geared toward effective, efficient and user-friendly interfaces but also ones that don’t limit you to single brands of sensors or devices. With years of experience to share, Sodium is ready to offer sound, tested, future-proof consultations to dental offices that have been established and ones that are just starting out alike.

Whether it is for repairing sensors or for setting up a top-to-bottom computer network, Paragon members have come to know Sodium well and continue to rely on us whenever the questions of how to best deal with any technological needs of a dental office arises.

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