Christine Taxin has over 20 years as a practice management professional. Her passion for communication, team training, and vision and goal setting has helped many practices meet their potential and increase their profitability. She helps each team member develop latent strengths to improve performance and effectiveness.
Ms. Taxins varied strengths include specialties in administrative systems, internal and external marketing, financial planning, and medical and dental insurance cross code billing, in addition to consulting with medical and dental professionals. Christine collaborates with many of the countrys top consultants and lecturers. This powerful networking keeps her well-informed and at the forefront of dentistry, allowing her to work with the best in the industry and pass the learning along to her clients. She has delivered a number of workshops within the industry and loves working with groups ready to take on the next challenge.
Prior to starting her own management consulting company, Christine worked for a large New York City hospital as administrator of a critical department, managed an extensive practice, and worked with Coaching Solutions, and Dynamic Administrators consulting companies. She has taken training in management at LVI, and is a proud member of Coach Training Alliance, Speaking Consulting Network and Career Flow Facilitator.
Christine is currently a guest speaker for Henry Schein, Patterson Dental, Sirona Dental Systems and Goetze Dental. She has presented for the American Association of Dental Office Managers, Pennwells Professional Dental Assisting and the New York Academy of General Dentistry.
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