Mid-Atlantic Dental Partners, a dental support organization (“DSO”) dedicated to improving the delivery of dental services for dentists, is pleased to announce that CEO Mitchell Goldman has been elected vice president of the Association of Dental Support Organizations (ADSO), effective immediately. In this role, Goldman will work with newly elected President Emmett Scott to advance the ADSO amid growing health concerns due to the pandemic and strategize new ways to adapt the organization to best meet the needs of DSOs, dentists and hygienists nationwide.
“It is an honor to accept the position of Vice President of the ADSO during a time where the dental industry continues to navigate a new normal and combat the challenges of COVID-19,” said Mitchell Goldman. “I look forward to working closely with Emmett to advance the organization’s mission of supporting dentists working to provide high-quality oral healthcare to their patients. In addition, I hope to expand the organization’s membership to include individual dentists and hygienists, all of whom are and should be considered essential healthcare workers.”
A successful health care entrepreneur, Goldman brings his strategic vision and health care innovation experience to the redesigning of the delivery and management of community dental services. He currently serves as CEO of Mid-Atlantic Dental Partners, a national dental support organization founded in 2016 that supports 237 dental practices across 17 states. Prior to his current role, he was a nationally ranked health care transactional and regulatory lawyer. Throughout his professional career, he developed new health care services including an innovative medical malpractice insurance company. He has worked in almost every part of the health care industry, including advising health care entrepreneurs in mobile health, accountable care organizations, dental support organizations, dental practice acquisitions and dental supply companies.
Goldman is currently a member of the Board of Overseers of the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine, the Professional Advisory Board of the Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics at the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania.
Goldman’s three -year term will start effective immediately and will run through 2023.
About Mid-Atlantic Dental Partners
Founded in 2016, Mid-Atlantic Dental Partners is a dental support organization dedicated to improving the delivery of dental care by elevating the importance of dental care in the overall health care of patients and their communities. By providing dentists with financial management, marketing and technology services, Mid-Atlantic Dental Partners alleviates administrative burdens and allows dentists to focus on their patients.
For more information, visit http://www.mid-atlanticdental.com
About the ADSO
The Association of Dental Support Organizations (ADSO) is a non-profit organization committed to providing support to its members, allowing them to focus on patients, expand access to quality dental care and improve the oral health of their communities. Comprising more than 50 DSO member companies, several association partners, and more than 180 industry partners, the ADSO represents Dental Support Organizations (ADSOs) before the public, policymakers, and the media. Its members operate in 44 states and provide the highest level of non-clinical support to more than 100,000 dentists across the country as well as in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom.