Mary DiCarlo, OMS Foundation (Dental Business Radio, Episode 30)
Mary DiCarlo, Director of Development for the OMS Foundation, joined host Patrick O’Rourke on location from The Ritz-Carlton Reynolds, Lake Oconee to discuss the work of the Foundation. She mentioned recent research they are funding about identifying which patients can convalesce from third-molar surgery without the use of opioids, the need and benefits of research for an OMS practice, new studies going on in anesthesia, and much more.
In partnership with the American Association for Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery (AAOMS) the Foundation supports:
- with funding for basic and clinical research investigations addressing high-priority issues of the OMS specialty
Advanced Education Opportunities
- with financial support for education programs and symposia hosted by AAOMS and expense reimbursement for residents who travel to attend.
- with Global Initiative for Volunteerism and Education (GIVE) travel stipends for residents traveling internationally with OMS teams to offer humanitarian healthcare to communities in need.
About Dental Business Radio
Dental Business Radio covers the business side of dentistry. Host Patrick O’Rourke and his guests cover industry trends, insights, success stories, and more in this wide-ranging show. The show’s guests include successful doctors across the spectrum of dental practice providers, as well as trusted advisors and noted industry participants. Dental Business Radio is underwritten and presented by Practice Quotient and produced by the North Fulton studio of Business RadioX®. The show can be found on all the major podcast apps and a complete show archive is here.
Dental Business Radio is sponsored by Practice Quotient. Practice Quotient, Inc. serves as a bridge between the payor and provider communities. Their clients include general dentist and dental specialty practices across the nation of all sizes, from completely fee-for-service-only to active network participation with every dental plan possible. They work with independent practices, emerging multi-practice entities, and various large ownership entities in the dental space. Their PPO negotiations and analysis projects evaluate the merits of the various in-network participation contract options specific to your Practice’s patient acquisition strategy. There is no one-size-fits-all solution.