How To Build a Successful Dental Practice
Strategies From A – Z
Tuesday, May 2nd

South Shore Dental Advisors will hold a seminar
on Tuesday evening, May 2nd.

It will be held at the
Summit Dental Institute for Learning
234 Copeland Street,  Suite 310, Quincy
from 6-8pm

Register HERE

Twelve exceptionally qualified professionals will answer your questions from finance, leasing, software integration and retirement to hiring, team building and HIPAA / OSHA compliance.  This Q&A open forum seminar could take you practice to the next level!

$29.00 pp
Complimentary Beer, Wine & Appetizers from 6-7pm
Q & A-  7:00 – 9:00 pm
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 Carmella Beroth
Debt Management
Accounts Receivable & Collections
Jon Albano
CCR Wealth Management
Financial Planner, CFP

Maria Melone
Morr Dental Solutions
Practice Transitions & Valuations
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Brian Hatch
Hatch Law Group
Dental Legal Advisor
 Steve Hickey
Hickey & Assoc
Insurance & Risk Management
Carolyn Carpenter
Rosen & Assoc. LLP
Dental CPA

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Peter Cargill
Dent Reps 
Dental Hiring solutions
Pam Demski Hart
Healthcare Accred.
 Nancy Kagan
Summit Dental Partners
Practice Management Consultant
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 David Snell
IT Hardware, Software & Security
 Greg Whitmer
Bank of America
Dental Practice Financing
 Matt Kolcum
Carr Realty
Commercial Healthcare Real Estate


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