Discover a New Way to Practice Dentistry: Is a Dental Support Organization Right for Me?
Tuesday, October 30, 2018
By law dentists must own and operated their practices. The DSO does NOT handle clinical affairs–that is the dentist's domain.
DSOs implement risk management, the practice of identifying potential risks in advance, analyzing them, and taking precautionary steps to reduce/curb the risk.
Good DSOs know how to attract and keep patients in chair, leading to a steady income and increased proficiency.
You went to school to be a dentist, not a business owner. A dental support organization (DSO) can enable you to concentrate on clinical affairs, while it handles the business side of operating a practice.
This eBook details what you need to know about working with a DSO, including career and educational opportunities, risk management, purchasing power, clinical autonomy, and ownership options.
DSOs are becoming increasingly common in dentistry today. Is this model right for you?