ASDA News

The peace of mind to follow your dreams

Our guess is that when you read the title of this article, “malpractice insurance” wasn’t the first thought to pop into your head. And we get it — choosing your malpractice insurance isn’t the most exciting step in following your professional dreams. But this decision can really affect your career. You’ll want to make sure your coverage is strong, so that you can keep doing what you love most. That’s why, at MedPro Group, we’re devoted to being your resource for all your malpractice insurance needs.
Still in dental school? In a residency? Just graduated? We have coverage options for every stage of your career.

Getting a handle on debt?

If you’re just starting out, chances are high there’s a substantial amount of debt in your financial picture.  According to the American Dental Association, the average debt for all dental school graduates who owed money was $247,227. Over 30 percent of dental school graduates with student loans reported debt in excess of $300,000.

Disability and life insurance at no cost? It’s true.

To be completely honest, would any of us ever think about disability and life insurance if no one told us how important it is? I never thought about it until I heard a presentation at one of the ASDA conferences, and it really got me thinking. Learning about insurance is actually pretty interesting, especially disability and life insurance. While it’s something I hope none of us have to use, I’ve learned that disability and life insurance is one of the greatest assets we could have. The way I see it, getting this insurance is not only something I can do for myself but also for my family.

Let’s Talk: borrowing money to start a practice

This episode of Let’s Talk features Christian Pearson, National Director of Dental Partnerships at Treloar & Heisel in a conversation with Jon Burns, Vice President at Bank of America Practice Solutions, a specialty division focused on providing financing to dentists who seek to establish their own practices.

Congratulations to the class of 2018

It’s graduation season and the 161,000 members of the American Dental Association are thrilled to welcome the class of 2018 to the profession!
Transitioning into your life as a dentist provides you with so many opportunities to connect with colleagues at the local, state and national levels. Together, we’ll continue to make a difference in peoples’ lives, and advocate for an even stronger profession.