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The 2020 ADSO Summit will beheld March 11-13 at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center in National Harbor, Maryland. (Photo: Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center)

2020 ADSO Summit to be held March 11-13

By Dental Tribune USA
January 24, 2020

The Association for Dental Support Organizations will hold the 2020 ADSO Summit March 11 to 13 at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center in National Harbor, Maryland. The event will feature presentations on advocacy trends, compliance best practices, and the latest developments in the DSO industry.

The ADSO is the primary champion and representative of the group practice and dental support business model in the United States. The association takes pride in representing the interests of emerging DSOs and supports them through education, training and mentorship. National DSOs are supported through advocacy efforts.

“Due to ADSO’s unrivaled access to sector leaders, we have been able to regularly host the nation’s premier DSO conference, our annual Summit meeting,” the ADSO said. “By calling on our members to share their insights and experiences, we have created an unrivaled educational experience for the sector, which has been growing every year since its inception in 2014.

“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 in order to support the development of this business model.”

This year for the first time the ADSO Summit will have sessions and panels organized into a variety of tracks to help assist attendees in determining exactly which educational opportunities will be most valuable to them.

The 2020 Summit tracks are:

  • Leadership
  • Growth & Development
  • Compliance
  • Operations
  • Marketing
  • Technology
  • Partnering For Growth

The Partnering For Growth track will include topics touched upon in the other six tracks but specifically from the standpoint of emerging DSOs in the earliest stages of their growth.

“Join us in March 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,” the ADSO said.

Membership with ADSO is not required for DSO and group practice attendees, though members do receive complimentary registrations. Organizations that provide products and services to DSOs and group practices who are interested in attending, sponsoring, speaking or exhibiting at Summit 2020 do need to join the ADSO Industry Partner program first and can request additional information from

For more information about ADSO’s annual Summit, contact ADSO at, call (703) 940-3860 or visit

“Together we can create practice environments where dentists can choose the administrative services which best allow them to focus on patients, expand access to quality dental care, and improve the oral health of their communities,” the ADSO said.

(Source: Association for Dental Support Organizations)

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