Ask for reports you haven’t requested before
Spend lots of time in your private office on the phone with your CPA
Allow a couple of geeky looking people with briefcases to come to your office to look at stuff
Implement additional security features in your software
Start posting articles about embezzlement in other offices on your staff room bulletin board
Run around flapping your wings like a chicken
If someone is embezzling from you, they are constantly looking for signs that they are about to get caught. When a thief observes these signs, their thoughts turn to self-preservation, which includes things like destroying evidence. “Evidence” for this purpose usually includes your practice’s financial and clinical records.
Unfortunately, many dentists have learned the hard way about the dangers resulting from alerting a suspect prematurely.