I’m about to take you on a journey into the heart of the dental industry, joined by Darius, the mastermind behind Cloud Dentistry. Welcome!
Thanks for having me. Picture this: you’re at a dinner with two dentists and a Harvard professor, engaging in a chest-bumping match over whose life is tougher – dentists or lawyers. The spark? The absence of a shared economy app for dental professionals to access temporary or permanent staff.
Fascinating! So, let me ask you, what sets Cloud Dentistry apart in tackling the workforce challenges in the industry?
Transparency is our secret sauce. We show you numbers you won’t find elsewhere. No contracts, no buyouts. Just a platform that processes over 10,000 bookings a month. You, as a professional, get a booking guarantee, and offices get to see stats like booking history, reliability, and no-show instances.
Transparency is a game-changer, right? Now, how do they make sure the professionals on the platform are top-notch?
Before joining, they verify licenses. Once you’re in, it’s a peer-to-peer review system. Plus, professionals are motivated with a point system, and they have a Member Services team keeping a close eye on things.
Impressive! Now, let’s switch gears to your perspective as a dental office. How does Cloud Dentistry make a difference for practices dealing with turnover or in need of temporary solutions?
It’s all about connecting with the workforce reliably and quickly. No buyouts, no contracts. You pay a subscription fee, making it cost-effective. Imagine it as LinkedIn, OpenTable, and Uber combined, tailor-made for the dental industry.
Sounds like a comprehensive solution! Any success stories that caught your attention?
Absolutely. At a user appreciation party in Houston, over 1000 users expressed overwhelming gratitude. Stories of life-changing impacts and a shift in how they approached dentistry. Moments like those make the journey truly worthwhile.
Powerful stuff. Looking at the growth of Cloud Dentistry, what’s their approach to regions with less presence, like Wisconsin?
They categorize markets into tier 1, 2, and frontier. Frontier markets, like Wisconsin, get a special $10 per month subscription for the first 30 offices as a thank-you. As they grow, these regions benefit from the network effect.
Incentives are always welcome, right? Now, looking ahead, how does Darius see Cloud Dentistry evolving to meet changing demands in the dental job market?
With the demand for GP associates on the rise, Cloud Dentistry aims to remove friction and bring liquidity to markets with supply constraints, especially in the hygienist realm. They’re evolving to align with the preferences and lifestyles of dental professionals.
Adapting with the times, it seems. Anything Darius wants to share with you before we wrap up?
Absolutely. If you want to reach out, Darius’s email is email@example.com. He’s also active on LinkedIn under Darius Somekhian. Feel free to connect and share your thoughts.
And there you have it, a conversation unraveling the story of Cloud Dentistry. Stay tuned for more insights and stories from the world of dentistry. Until next time, this is Jessica Martin, signing off.