In this Oberman Law podcast hosted by Mr. Oberman, Jan Keller sits in the guest chair and shares some of her dental consulting expertise.
Janice Keller is an experienced dental practice management consultant who is recognized and respected by both peers and clients alike for her practical, down-to-earth, results-oriented consulting programs and services. She has 30-plus years of experience in dentistry, both clinically and as an Office Manager and Software Trainer, which she uses to provide her clients and their teams with high-quality, customized practice development and education.
During her career, Jan has made a positive impact on the success and profitability of dental practices throughout the United States, and is known for her passion to lead, teach, get results, serve her clients’ best interests and provide honest feedback and guidance.
Jan is the author of a popular series of books and articles on Blind Spots in Dentistry™, and Forensic Hiring™, which can be read in some of the industry’s most prestigious journals, including Dr. Bicuspid, DentistryIQ and The Progressive Dentist. In addition to her on-site training and consulting services, Jan also offers clients a short-term, issue-specific, telephone-based consulting service known as Coffee Break Consulting™.
She is certified by Bent Ericksen & Associates in employee law compliance, and also certified by the Institute of Practice Management. She holds memberships in the prestigious Academy of Dental Management Consultants, the Speaking Consulting Network, the American Association of Dental Office Managers and the American Dental Assistants Association. She is a frequent speaker on U.S. and international dental platforms, where her enthusiasm and commitment to her audiences and her topics is clear.
“My work as a consultant is often personal and it is an honor to be allowed not only into someone’s practice, but into their lives. To all my clients, past and future, I applaud your accomplishments, understand your challenges, cheer you on, and celebrate your hard-earned success.”
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