LIVE WEBINAR EVENT FOR ORTHODONTIC PRACTICE-OWNERS!
Presenters: Chris Bentson, Doug Copple, & Shannon Patterson
Orthodontic service organizations (OSOs) have rapidly expanded within the last 24 months, and their steady growth is expected to continue – so we are diving in specifically to the North Carolina market.
Today there are dozens of groups that we know of that are focused exclusively on orthodontists. However, not all OSOs are the same. The key to successful affiliation is to find an OSO compatible with you and your practice. The relationship between an orthodontist and an OSO should align the mission, values, and culture to accelerate practice growth and, most importantly, to ensure the best possible patient experience.
This year is a pivotal one for orthodontists who are considering a partnership with an OSO and if you’ve been considering affiliating with one, the market is hot with strategic buyers paying top dollar. If you’re considering affiliation with an OSO, we invite you to join us on this live webinar to discuss what a partnership could look like for you.
Some key takeaways from this webinar will include:
• Market Landscape of the US and North Carolina
• Profiles of OSOs in the North Carolina Market
• Market Outlook & Affiliation by Region
• Strategic Planning for a Successful Affiliation
• Tax Implications for Sellers & Potential Equity Investment Opportunities with OSOs
***This event is for orthodontic practice-owners only and is limited to 100 participants.**
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