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4 Reasons You Should Attend the Sleep Roundtable in September 2019

August 16, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — 21stsleep @ 8:20 pm

a medical professional speaking with a patientDo you plan to incorporate sleep apnea therapy into your private practice? Do you know the benefits of providing this type of treatment to patients and how offering it can be valuable to your practice? As the premier event for sleep dentists, the Sleep Roundtable will allow you to enhance and improve your understanding and knowledge of sleep apnea, all while providing an advanced level of care for your patients. To help you make the decision about the usefulness of this event, here are 4 reasons you should plan to attend.

Expert Speakers

If you want to learn from the “best of the best” in sleep dentistry, there’s no better place than the Sleep Roundtable. This event will expose you to the experts who have incorporated and built successful practices aimed at helping patients suffering from sleep apnea. In addition, these experts can also explain the latest research and techniques being used to treat this common sleep disorder.

You’ll also hear from:

  • Insurance company representatives who work closely with sleep dentistry practices to assist with billing
  • Medical directors who are passionate and committed to understanding and discovering treatments for sleep apnea
  • Team-building experts who can help you and your team better understand billing and documentation, as well as training for specialized equipment
  • Hygienists who work alongside dentists who assist patients receiving treatment for sleep apnea

Specialized Topics

There will be no shortage of topics at next month’s Sleep Roundtable. These sessions make it possible for you to learn and ask questions, all while compiling notes to put into practice when you return home. Some additional topics you’ll learn about include:

  • Medicare
  • Awareness of your sleep practice
  • Medical billing
  • Bringing in new patients without the additional cost on your end
  • The future of oral appliances
  • CBD oil and its effects on sleep

These are just a few of the many beneficial topics you’ll learn about during the event. You can expect to receive valuable information and tips that will help you in your own personal practice.

Build Connections

While there are experts in every field, the important thing to remember is that no matter your profession, you should never stop learning. Who better to learn from than from those who have done it successfully, as well as those who are currently in the same process as you are. Everyone can bring different “what to-dos” and “what not to-dos to the table, making it possible to learn from each other.

When you return home, you’ll have built a vast network comprised of colleagues and experts who can help you on your own journey.

Understand How to Market Your Practice

Once you’ve decided to begin your sleep practice, you’ll need to know how to market it. Without patients, your practice will go nowhere, so you’ll need to learn how to best get your practice out into the public eye, making yourself the subject matter expert in your area. Talk to public relations professionals and marketers who can offer tips and methods of putting your practice out there to gain the recognition it needs to bring patients through the door.

You won’t want to miss this next month’s Sleep Roundtable, so reserve your seat today! After spending a few days with those most knowledgeable in the industry, you’ll be taking back a plethora of information to improve your practice and help patients achieve long-lasting, life-changing results.

About 21st Century Sleep Seminars
Dr. Kent Smith is a top professional in sleep medicine who has experience in treating, writing, and speaking about sleep disorders. His wealth of knowledge has helped other dentists integrate sleep apnea treatment into their own practices. At 21st Century Sleep Seminars, we can provide you with the information, tips, advice, and network of professionals you need to effectively treat these sleep disorders your patients are facing. To learn more, visit our website or call (972) 255-3712.

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