Summit 2020

The Association for Dental Support Organizations (ADSO) is the primary champion and representative of the group practice and dental support business model in the country. Our members span the breadth of the sector. We are proud to represent the interests of emerging DSOs that we support through education, training and mentorship to help them grow their business, as well as national DSOs that we support through our advocacy efforts. We are committed to meeting the varied needs of our members, no matter what stage of scale and development they are, so that they can focus their efforts on promoting the highest quality patient care.

Due to ADSO’s unrivaled access to sector leaders, we have been able to regularly host the premier DSO-focused conference since 2014, our annual Summit meeting. By calling on our members – both DSOs and Industry Partners – to share their insights and experiences, we’ve created an unrivaled educational experience for the sector, which has been growing every year since its inception. This is an incredibly exciting time to be a DSO or group practice leader, and through the cooperation and support of our community we are able to share our learnings to support the growth and development of this business model.

Join us in March 2020 at National Harbor to hear from some of the most successful names in the industry as they share what they have learned on their path to success. Membership with ADSO is not required for DSO and group practice attendees, though our members do receive complimentary registrations. Organizations that provide products and services to DSOs and group practices who are interested in attending, sponsoring or exhibiting at Summit 2020 must join the ADSO Industry Partner program first and can request additional information from [email protected].

We hope to see you there! If you would like to know more about ADSO’s annual Summit, contact ADSO at [email protected] or by phone at 703-940-3860. Together we can create practice environments where dentists can choose the administrative services that best allow them to focus on patients, expand access to quality dental care and improve the oral health of their communities.