Emerging DSO Conference to Feature Industry CEO Panel

Contact: Erin Hughes
Email: [email protected]theadso.org

The Association of Dental Support Organizations (ADSO) will host the first ever Partnering for Growth 2017 conference at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center near Washington, D.C. The conference, taking place from September 21-22, will provide educational content that is geared specifically to connect with small & emerging groups, and share best practices to grow in the DSO industry.

On Thursday, September 21st, there will be a CEO Leadership Panel session, which will feature leadership from the top DSO’s in the country and will share best practices and provide invaluable insights in growing and developing DSOs. Speaking from a wealth of experience and expertise, the industry’s top leaders will both present their DSO’s key differentiators as well as instruct how emerging DSOs can replicate their success. This session will also allow for interactive discussion, permitting audience participation and questions.

“Getting all the DSOs together does make the industry stronger, because there’s a variety of issues that may not be well known across the board. Its important to come together, focus on those issues, and learn from one another so we can ensure everyone does business as ethically as possible.” Richard E. Beckman, CEO, Great Expressions

“Two reasons to go: it’s a tremendous event with access to high-profile speakers both in and out of dentistry. Secondly, it’s a great way to interface and contact with colleagues in the industry. The ADSO Partnering for Growth meeting is one of the best value-adds that dentistry has to offer.” Douglas Brown, CEO and Director, Affordable Care, Inc.

“The ADSO is a growing organization, with a lot of new members and committees. [This] is a chance to cultivate relationships within the ADSO, as well as within the DSO and dental community.” Steve Spellman, CEO, Midwest Dental Centers

“I would encourage others to come, especially if you’re a young DSO, to learn from the folks who have been doing this for such a long time.” Scotte Hudsmith, CEO, Smile Doctors, LLC

The full agenda for the September conference can be found here. For more information on how to become an ADSO member and to register for the conference, please visit www.theadso.org. Follow the conversation on Twitter and Facebook with #PartneringForGrowth.

About the ADSO
The Association of Dental Support Organizations (ADSO) is a non-profit international trade association whose members support more than 13,000 dentists worldwide.  ADSO supports its members through research, education and advocacy; enabling them to foster innovation, collaboration and a vibrant market where DSO-supported dentists can provide quality oral health care.