Kevin Henry is an advocate for dental assistants and the author of the "Battling and Beating the Demons of Dental Assisting." He co-founded IgniteDA.net to provide an online community for dental assistants. He is also a nationally-known speaker on topics that empower dental assistants, propel dental practice growth, and restore peace between the front office and back office teams.
Kevin is the former Managing Editor for Dental Economics magazine and the former group editorial director for UBM Medica's dental division consisting of: Dental Products Report, Modern Dental Assistant, Modern Hygienist and many more magazines. He was named one of the top five influential voices in the dental industry on Twitter.
Previously, he was a public relations director for NAIA, a national small college sports organization. He is currently a beat writer for the Colorado Rockies and the Denver Nuggets. He is also a member of the Academy of Dental Management Consultants, the Speaking Consulting Network, and the Association of Healthcare Journalists.
With over 30 years of experience in both technical and marketing communications management, for the financial and dental industries, Deb is dedicated to strategic content development for Patient Prism LLC. Deb previously served as a Partner & Director of Content at Dentist Profit Systems LLC, the Director of Communications for the Preeclampsia Foundation, Director of Communications for the Pankey Institute, and Publications Manager of CS Thomson Reuters. She has consulted with hundreds of dentists nationwide to help them discern their personal vision of practice and communicate with their patients, peers, and prospective clientsDrawing upon his 30 years of experience in dental consumer marketing, Fred Joyal shares the kind of relatable real-world examples, techniques and business strategies dental practices need to thrive in a competitive and increasingly challenging field. His popular lectures focus on achieving deeper patient relationships and maximizing production from new and existing patients.