ADSO is proud to announce an expanded schedule, student programming, and a sold-out exhibitor floor at Summit 2022
WASHINGTON, March 16, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Association of Dental Support Organizations (ADSO) is pleased to share developments regarding the 2022 ADSO Summit to be held at the JW Marriott in Austin, TX from March 29 to April 1.
At March 30thanks to Dental Monitoring, participants will have news of Kevin Surace, Futurist and Innovator of the Decade by CNBC. He will discuss how technological changes are transforming the dental landscape and applications of Internet of Things (IOT), Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Automation. Later that day, Connor Lokar, a leading economist and forecaster, will discuss the challenges and uncertainties in 2022 through the lens of consumer trends and revenue and profitability growth by working around ever-changing business cycles. At March, 31stbestselling author Suneel Gupta will be giving a membersy®-sponsored talk where he will share his unique insights related to the dental industry and public health as a whole.
ADSO Summit 2022 will also feature a sold-out showroom with over 100 companies offering premium products and services to DSOs of all sizes. “We are thrilled with the response. The companies have shown they understand the importance of our attendees, the industry, of this event. I also look forward to all the content, panels and discussions we have spent last year preparing,” said ADSO’s Director General, Andre Smith. “It’s going to be three action-packed days in Austin.”
The summit will also feature over 25 breakout sessions with custom tracks to ensure there is something for everyone. “We were looking for a way to embed the Summit programming into what matters to ADSO members as well as students and practitioners more broadly and I believe the mix of visionary ideas and industry practices will find an echo with the participants,” said Geoffrey LigibelPresident and CEO of 42 North Dental and Head of the ADSO Curriculum Committee.
New this year, the Summit will end on April 1 with a special event hosted by Henry Schein. “Looking to the Horizon: Planning & Reimagining the Future of Recruiting,” will focus on workforce development and community engagement, helping DSOs improve access to dental care, develop programs and partnerships to attract future members of the dental team and recruit new recruits from the communities where the practices operate.
“We are thrilled to be part of the ADSO event, which is attended by so many of our customers who have mastered the ability to consolidate quickly and have a valuable impact on their community and patient experience,” said AJ Caffentzis, President, US Dental Distribution, Henri Schein. “At Henry Schein, we continue to provide new training opportunities that help advance team skills, boost employee morale and accelerate operational success.”
Registration for the Online Summit is open until March 22then at the event with a $100 on-site registration fee. ADSO members receive free registrations depending on their membership type, and dental students and teachers can attend for free.
The ADSO Summit 2022 app, sponsored by DDS Lab, allows attendees to create a profile, network with other attendees, host meetings, create a personalized schedule, and more. The app is currently available for event registrants to download.
The Henry Schein event is open to all ADSO Summit registrants at no additional cost. Henry Schein customers attending this year’s Summit can take advantage of the ADSO member rate, a savings of over 50%, using the discount code found here.
For more details and the full Summit program, visit us here. The ADSO Summit 2022 app, sponsored by DDS Lab, is now available to registrants for the event and includes the ability to create a profile, network with attendees, host meetings, create a custom calendar, etc
The Association of Dental Support Organizations (ADSO) is a non-profit organization committed to providing support to its members, enabling them to focus on patients, expand access to quality dental care and improve the oral health of their communities. Comprised of over 80 DSO member companies, several partner associations and 175 industry partners, ADSO represents Dental Supporting Organizations (DSOs) to the public, policy makers and the media. Its members operate in 48 states and provide the highest level of non-clinical support to more than 11,000 dentists across the country as well as in Australia, Canadaand Japan.