Christine Taxin
Full Name Christine Taxin
Phone (914) 450-2906
Fax (888) 714-0389
 
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Christine Taxin is the founder and president of Links2Success, a practice management consulting company to the dental and medical fields. Prior to starting her own consulting company Ms. Taxin served as an administrator of a critical care department at Mt. Sinai Hospital in New York City and managed an extensive multi-specialty dental practice in New York. With over 25 years experience as a practice management professional she now provides private practice consulting services, delivers continuing education seminars for dental and medical professionals and serves as an adjunct professor at the New York University (NYU) Dental School and Resident Programs for Maimonides Hospital. Ms. Taxin is passionate about helping dental practices reach their highest potential and increase their profitability. In her consulting work she focuses on helping practices strengthen their communication skills, their ability to work as a team and their capacity to set goals. She helps team members develop their latent strengths and improve their effectiveness and job performance. Ms. Taxinís specialties are creating highly efficient administrative systems, consulting on valuable internal and external marketing efforts, providing strategies for successful financial planning and educating practices on advanced dental and medical billing techniques.

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