Endo1 Partners, which calls itself dentistry’s first endodontic partnership organization, expanded into Florida, Pennsylvania, New York, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Virginia in 2020 with 31 new endodontic practices and 53 endodontists.
The company provides non-clinical administrative support for its affiliated practices including human resources, information technology, marketing, payroll, and accounting services. To continue this growth, Endo1 said, it will continue to build out its existing back-office infrastructure to further alleviate administrative burdens and enable dentists to focus on providing quality patient care.
Unlike similar organizations, Endo1 continued, its endodontist owners retain a considerable amount of equity in their practice. Along with the financial advantages of its model, Endo1 said, owners remain in control of their practice’s personal brand, culture, and team, and, most importantly, they have complete clinical autonomy.
Endo1 expects to continue its growth in 2021 and has agreed to multiple new partnerships with independent endodontic practices in its existing and new markets. Each endodontic practice mirrors Endo1’s mission of providing the highest quality clinical care paired with unparalleled patient experiences, the company said. These partnerships are expected to close in the near future.
“We are delighted to have earned the trust of our existing and new partner groups, especially during a pandemic year that has challenged so many aspects of the broader dental industry and business operations,” said Dr. Daryl Dudum, cofounder and CEO of Endo1 Partners.
“At Endo1, we offer a true partnership for endodontists of all ages and create the perfect opportunity to continue to manage your practice the way you want while receiving the many benefits of a group platform,” Dudum said.
“We are committed to providing best-in-class administrative services to our partner groups so that they can focus on what matters most, the delivery of high-quality endodontic care to every patient at every visit,” said Dr. Matthew Haddad, cofounder and co-CEO.
“Our greatest strength as an endodontist-run organization is that we have a fundamental understanding of patient care at the practice level. We have built a culture that endodontists are proud to be part of,” Haddad said.