Chris Bentson, Partner at Bentson Copple & Associates (1.25 CE) will discuss Post Pandemic Orthodontics: A Short- & Long-Term View of the Future of the Specialty.
Coming off the most turbulent year requires changes in how orthodontics is viewed by the consumer. In this live event, we’ll look at the characteristics of those practices that did well and those that did not. This event will uncover strategies for business growth, methods to return to a pre-COVID monthly cash flow, and structural changes to profit and loss statements that are required post-pandemic.
- Learn the leadership strategies that support the health and long-term prosperity of the specialty
- Evaluate short term strategies for growth and cash flow recovery.
- Examine long-term structural changes doctors may expect when thinking about future expenses.
- Recognize current practice modalities and industry trends, and explore the rate at which these segments are growing or declining.
- Hear bonus Q&A content prepared exclusively for AAO Leadership Development attendees
Consultant: Bentson Copple & Associates, LLC
Length of session:
The session is scheduled for 75 minutes.
$0 for Members
Each participant who completes the Webinar will earn 1.25 CE for the entire session.
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