The DSO community is adapting to a changing environment. Like any other movement, it’s not perfect, but the industry is learning and maturing. Transforming the Cottage Industry by Dr. Quinn Dufurrena, DDS, JD, looks at this growing trend in the dental community, the adaptation of the DSO model to meet the changing times, and the concerns of the solo practice model. Dr. Dufurrena explores the old paradigm and looks at the invaluable opportunities for those willing to adapt and shift. Decide where you stand.Buy your copy now from Amazon »
Patients Not Paperwork
The dental profession is faced with significant challenges while the United States contends with a national oral healthcare crisis. Dental support organizations offer vital assistance in the fight against oral disease, providing dentists with a single source for practice administration and development resources, training, financing, and other non-clinical services that would otherwise involve numerous vendors or hours of the practitioners’ valuable – and limited – time. Read the full white paper "Toward a Common Goal: Role of Dental Support Organizations in an Evolving Profession."Read the full white paper »
Industry Leaders’ Perspectives: The Future of Dental Support Organizations and Dental Practice
Dental Support Organizations (DSOs) have experienced consistent growth in the last couple of decades as more providers seek the competitive and patient-support activities that such organizations provide. This growth has led to significant third-party investment.
In the past decade alone, more than 25 private equity firms have invested significantly in DSOs. As discussed in this white paper, there are a number of reasons to believe that DSOs will continue to be a hot area for growth and investment activity.Read more about McGuire Woods white paper »