Michelle Aquilina to Lead Session on DSOs Worldwide during ADSO Annual Summit in Austin, TX

For Immediate Release
Contact: Erin Hughes
Email: [email protected]

The Association of Dental Support Organizations (ADSO) will host the 2018 Annual Summit at the JW Marriott Austin in downtown Austin, Texas. The conference will begin on Wednesday, April 18 and conclude Friday, April 20.

Michelle Aquilina, Chief Executive Officer of Primary Dental at Primary Health Care Pty Ltd, will present during the Summit with a session on the unique challenges and opportunities of DSOs worldwide.

As Chief Executive Officer, Michelle is responsible for setting and aligning Primary Dental’s strategic initiatives to the company’s overall direction. Michelle is committed to growing the business through innovation and strategic direction to ensure the delivery of patient centered care, with 60 dental centers co-located within medical centers and a team of more than 400 independent dentists and staff. Primary Dental delivers dental services to over 300,000 Australians. Michelle holds a Master’s in Business and is currently studying Executive MBA at UOW. With over 25 years of dental experience gained across small, medium and large companies, Michelle is a skilled business leader and strategist traversing roles from frontline through to national and executive level management.

This year’s agenda is stacked with outstanding speakers that will cover a range of topics designed for every member of the team with breakouts on topics such as leadership, marketing and public relations, human resources and recruitment, advocacy, and growth and development.

For more information on the preeminent DSO event of the year, please visit www.theadso.org. If your organization is not currently a member, email us at [email protected] to join and receive complimentary registrations for this event. Follow the conversation on Twitter and Facebook with #ADSOSummit.

About the ADSO
The Association of Dental Support Organizations (ADSO) is a non-profit international trade association whose members support more than 14,000 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.

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