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Dr. Marc Cooper
Dr. Cooper's professional career includes private periodontist, academician, researcher, teacher, practice management consultant, corporate consultant, trainer, seminar director, board director, author, entrepreneur and inventor. Dr. Cooper has studied with masters in many disciplines, participated in formal business educational programs, and worked as an independent contractor with top-flight consulting companies. In 2011, Dr. Cooper was selected as a coach for the prestigious TED Fellows Program. The Mastery Company has been in existence since 1984. Dr. Cooper's client experience in dentistry includes solo private practice, small partnered practices, managed group practices and retail corporate enterprises. Dr. Cooper has worked with numbers of health care entities such as insurance companies, clearing houses, bio-technical companies and disease management companies, as well as the senior executives and boards of large hospitals and hospital systems and a number of their related physician groups. In addition, Dr. Cooper has worked with Silicon Valley start-ups and Fortune 500 companies. He has worked with dental clients in the U.S., U.K. Canada, Chile, Brazil, Portugal, Italy, Greece, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Oman, Singapore, New Zealand, Australia and Israel. Dr. Cooper is author of eight successful books; Mastering the Business of Practice, Partnerships in Dental Practice, Running on Empty, SOURCE, Valuocity, Valuocity II, Valuocity III, and The Elder. His electronic newsletter reaches thousands of subscribers in 31 countries. Dr. Cooper also co-developed a suite of online dental practice management assessment tools. Dr. Cooper can be contacted at: [email protected]
How solo practices can survive as DSOs continue to grow
How solo practices can survive as DSOs continue to grow
Learning how to change your tactics and mindset is crucial.
How changing patient expectations will impact your practice
How changing patient expectations will impact your practice
Viewing patients as consumers can help your dental practice succeed.
Why dentists are reluctant to change their minds
Why dentists are reluctant to change their minds
Ignoring facts and evidence could negatively impact your dental practice.
Why dentists need to engage in discussions about periodontal disease
Why dentists need to engage in discussions about periodontal disease
Leaving periodontal care solely to hygienists can be a major problem.
Why smart consumers will determine the future of dentistry
Why smart consumers will determine the future of dentistry
Patients are now selecting dental care providers based on outcomes and values.
How consumer-driven dentistry is creating new opportunities
How consumer-driven dentistry is creating new opportunities
The power is beginning to shift from the dentist to the patient.
11 qualities of the TRUE dentist entrepreneur
11 qualities of the TRUE dentist entrepreneur
Dr. Marc Cooper of The Mastery Summit, explains what qualities real dentist entrepreneurs need in order to thrive in a changing dental marketplace.
What’s next—The integrated dental structure
What’s next—The integrated dental structure
A look at what the future relationship between insurance and dental practices might look like.
Is your practice ready for the IT revolution?
Is your practice ready for the IT revolution?
An IT revolution is coming, and will bring not only great advances in care, but also many complications.
The future is value and outcomes, not pay-per-procedure
The future is value and outcomes, not pay-per-procedure
Value and outcomes are important for both clinicians and patients, and you need to be fulfilling the needs of both if you want to be successful.