Areta Reimer

Areta ReimerAreta Reimer: Dental Consultant & Trainer

Areta Reimer has been involved in dentistry for over 20 years. Her expertise is in practice management, which includes financials, human resources, strategic management, and practice start-ups.

Areta has a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a Master’s degree in Healthcare Services. She began her dental career as a Practice Administrator for a general dental practice. Her skills and knowledge in managing all of the practice operational activities (including budget, performance standards, staffing, and business development) were instrumental in the growth and financial success of the practice, growing it from 2 doctors and 10 staff up to 4 doctors and 24 staff! As a long time Dentrix user, Areta became a Certified Dentrix/Easy Dental Trainer in 2007 and continues to train new and existing dental offices. Her experience, combined with consistent CE has given her very strong analytical and leadership skills in working with practices on all levels.

Areta was a speaker and presented “Computer Reports As They Relate to Practice Values and the Sale” at the 2014 PVSG conference (Practice Valuation Study Group).

Areta and her husband are the proud parents of one daughter.

“I have had the pleasure of working with Areta Reimer occasionally over the past several years. She has supervised accounting and reviewed insurance claims with accuracy, fine detail and efficiency. Areta is very knowledgeable in the business of dentistry and has been a great resource in identifying discrepancies within my practice. She arrives on time and promptly returns phone calls. She is extremely proficient with Dentrix software and can easily negotiate most of the dental programs available today. I would recommend her with utmost confidence.” – Dr. Jamie Just

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