Please join our webinar hosted by Rory Byrne, GM of Fintech at Sikka, in conversation with Roy Reynolds, Business Manager of Nova Family Dentistry of Tyrone, and Edward Hartzog, GM of Denmark Dentistry. Our guest speakers will share their experiences of SikkaPay and how it has helped them to delight their customers, grow revenues, and save money during these challenging times. Learn how text2pay and web2pay have increased collections by over 15% over the last 6 months. In addition, we will demo some of the new product features of SikkaPay with personalized strategies for helping your customers to migrate to mobile payment channels and pay you faster.
Where else can you find the best API to build incredible applications for dental, veterinary and more…and potentially win cash, prizes and promotion?
SANTA CLARA, CA, USA, October 1, 2020 — Sikka, the preeminent API provider to the retail healthcare industry, is today launching its inaugural public Hackathon, with app submissions to be built using Sikka’s award-winning developer API (Best in Health, 2017 and 2019, API World). Entries can be tailored to the dental, veterinary, optometry, chiropractic, orthodontic or oral surgery sectors, or any combination thereof, and may be browser-based or mobile.
“I can’t raise prices – I’ll lose customers!”
Sound like someone you know? Or this one:
“I’m not worried about losing customers over price – my prices are just fine where they are.”
These viewpoints may appear completely opposite on the surface, one as pessimistic as Eeyore from Winnie-the-Pooh and the other confident to a fault, but they share something in common:
They’re both wrong.
If your goal is to optimize your business practices so that you can maximize your profits, undercharging and overcharging are equally disastrous. Armed with the right data, you can raise your prices in many instances and you should lower them in others.
The week of March 8 seems like a lifetime ago. That week was, more or less, the last one in the U.S. where things still felt “normal.” It was certainly a completely different business environment, with veterinary and other retail healthcare practices – including dental, optometry and chiropractic (no different from restaurants, retail outlets and other small businesses having a steep revenue drop-off starting in mid-March.
Throughout the crisis, the one area where people are spending more money is on their pets. Early on, there were widespread reports about the increase in pet adoption, driven in part by people wanting the company of a dog or cat to keep them company during the shelter-in-place.
Despite COVID-19, U.S. Spending on Animals – Especially for Dental Procedures – Races Forward
Santa Clara, August 18, 2020: Sikka Software, a market leader in advancing retail healthcare connectivity, applications and insights, today announced the results of a months-long study into the veterinary industry about animal health during the COVID-19 crisis. Despite the devastating economic impact created by the pandemic across industries in the U.S., pet parents are investing in the health of their pets at a record pace.
Please join our webinar “4 Ways to Increase your Practice Revenue” hosted by Rory Byrne, General Manager of Fintech at Sikka, in conversation with Vincent Cardillo, President & CEO of Maeva Dental Advisors, and Harold Gornbein, Partner of Apex Reimbursement.
We will uncover 4 areas of revenue optimization within your practice you may be overlooking.
Vincent Cardillo is the founder and leader of Maeva Advisors, formerly Dental Management Innovations, LLC, a provider of outsourced C-Suite services to dental groups and aspiring groups, and to investment professionals looking to make an investment in a Dental Service Organization. Vincent is a proven industry leader with over 17 years of experience in leadership/partner roles in three dental practice management companies.
Please join us for our Part II of our series of webinars on the COVID-19 impact of the veterinary industry, hosted by Rory Byrne, General Manager of Fintech at Sikka, in conversation with Dr. Matthew Salois, Director of the AVMA’s Veterinary Economics Division.
We will present the latest data on veterinary practices production and procedures as the crisis continues and help guide veterinary practices through these challenging times.
Dr. Salois comes from the AVMA from Elanco Animal Health, where he served as director of global scientific affairs and policy since 2016, and as an economic research and policy adviser from 2014-16. Prior to joining Elanco, he worked as the chief economist for the Florida Department of Citrus and as an assistant professor in economics at the University of Reading in the United Kingdom.
The dental industry is experiencing a U-shaped recovery, with the average practice in many states already exceeding pre-shutdown levels of production and patient visits. Following 3 months of limited production, this rapid increase combined with the new hygiene and patient protocols, can put a strain on practice cash.
Please join us for the webinar hosted by Vincent Cardillo, President & CEO of Maeva Dental Advisors, in conversation with Rory Byrne, General Manager of Fintech at Sikka, as they provide insight into the latest rebound numbers for the dental industry and share best practices on how to maximize your practice’s cash efficiently.
Sikka Software is the leading provider of award winning API platform and marketplace of applications to the dental industry, and over the last several weeks we have been tracking over 10,000 opt-in dental practices to measure the impact of the Coronavirus pandemic on the industry. We have been focusing on production, visits and functional areas such as orthodontics, oral surgery, preventative and restorative procedures, endodontics and periodontics procedures, implants and prosthodontics procedures and more.
Welcome back to the Sikka Software Podcast! Here at Sikka we are passionate about bringing you tools and solutions that benefit your patients and your practice.
Chairman and CEO, Vijay Sikka, joins Coruzant Technologies for the Digital Executive podcast. He shares how using predictive models can help forecast the economic recovery after the COVID-19 fallout.
This Podcast was originally published June 15, 2020. View the original Podcast here.