Sounds good on paper but it was not sustainable for me. You have several bosses to please as well as frazzled staff that can't be depended on. You answer to the manager, the district manager, the hygiene manager, the doctor, and on occasion two district managers at a time. Everybody is being choked with their own metrics that do not lend themselves to camaraderie. Doctors come in on a honeymoon period where they don't understand how Aspen works so it causes great difficulty between the staff and the new dentist. I was at my office for almost 5 years and we went through 5 dentists. I was monkey in the middle, always someone angry with me.
The benefits, clean, modern, generous budget for supplies
constant staff and management turnover, Un-achievable goals, inconsistent demands, very high stress atmosphere.