The Digital Orthodontist: Live! Meeting 2020 is the first-ever live, virtual and interactive meeting for orthodontists and related professionals. Speakers will present practical and relevant approaches to patient care, marketing, and life balance. We’re in unprecedented times. In order for Orthodontists to bounce back, we’ll need to adapt the way we provide care for our patients. You'll hear firsthand how doctors and key leaders in the industry are prioritizing their mental health, serving their patients, and planning to grow their practices in a new and evolving era of care. Our speakers will provide practical and relevant information, as we work together to survive and THRIVE in these uncertain times.
Chris Bentson will be presenting Things I've Learned At Home: Family, Maslow, and How We Get Back to Normal on Thursday, April 24th at 4:20 pm/CST. He will lead a discussion of how he reacted as a husband, father, and business owner to the changes caused by COVID-19. He will share what he learned about the hierarchy of needs and offer some commentary on how that factors into a new go-to business strategy for orthodontists. We’ll discuss options for help in the Care Act and what the government is still considering, expectations on how practice values will be viewed and transactions will be built. Further, he will share information for what to expect for new and younger doctors as typical patient care returns as well as changes in options for older docs contemplating a transition. Lastly, he will summarize what we can learn from the last month to help make us stronger, better, and healthier.
Just wanted to say thank you for your presentation yesterday. I thought it was great and provided us with a great perspective.
-David E. Walker, D.D.S.
On behalf of the Cleveland Society of Orthodontists, I want to tell you how much we enjoyed your presentation on Business Succession Planning. Our members who attended spoke favorably about the information you presented and were glad they attended. Your lecture brought new insights and valuable information to our profession; I would imagine they will all put some of your ideas into practice.
-Lorraine Mollohan, Executive Director