5 Reasons Why You Should Implement a Dental Membership Plan Now

In-office membership plans can improve uninsured patient visits and revenue

Sponsored by Kleer


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About The Webinar


Join us for this presentation to learn 5 reasons why a dental membership plan is a powerful tool that should be implemented now.

Dental coverage and patient mindset have dramatically changed due to the COVID-19 crisis. Prior to the crisis, 100 million U.S. adults were without dental benefits, and this will grow to over 130 million due to COVID-19 job losses. It is estimated that in our new reality, one out of two patients will not have dental coverage, a significant shift for dental practices.

There is risk in having more uncovered and price-sensitive patients, as statistics show uninsured patients visit the dentist three times less often than insured patients and accept less than half the treatment. Although this seems like bad news, it presents a big opportunity for forward-thinking dentists to offer better care to their uninsured patients through a subscription-based direct care model—breaking free from insurers while more than doubling the value of their uninsured patients.

Attend this webinar to:

  • Understand why your practice should establish a membership plan now
  • Learn more about the mindset and preferences of your uninsured patients 
  • Explore the ways a subscription-based direct care model can help you break free from the costs and hassles of insurance and offer better care options to your patients
  • Review data that shows how a well-designed and priced membership plan will improve uninsured patient visits and production
  • Take away best practices for implementing a high-performing membership plan

The Speakers

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Dave Monahan
CEO, Kleer

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Dave Monahan, CEO, Kleer

Mr. Monahan has a passion for creating technology-enabled businesses that improve people’s lives. He designed the Kleer platform, based on feedback from dentists and patients, to enable dentists to design and manage their own dental membership plans for patients. Prior to joining Kleer, Mr. Monahan served as president and CEO of FitLinxx, a company that creates connected wearable devices for the medical and sports markets. He also worked at Microsoft, developing a new product, market, and partnering strategies that helped the company and thousands of its partners enter new markets and grow. He received his Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Pennsylvania State University and an MBA in International Business from Loyola University.

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