Thursday-Saturday,
October 19-21, 2017

Delta Grand Okanagan Resort
Kelowna, British Columbia

TODS AGM, Election & Keynote Speaker – Mr. David Harris

Thompson Okanagan Dental Society Annual General Meeting, Elections and Keynote Presenter

Mr. David Harris – How To Steal From A Dentist 2.0

(Limited to Dentists Only)

Thompson Okanagan Dental Society

Saturday October 21, 2017  12:30pm

 

Thompson Okanagan Dental Society Annual General Meeting  The following positions on the Board of the Thompson Okanagan Dental Society are available for nominations and election.

  • President-Elect (2018)
  • Secretary/Treasurer (2018)
  • Director (January 1, 2018-December 31, 2019)

Each Executive position is a one year term and is eligible for re-election for a second consecutive term. The Thompson Okanagan Dental Society’s Director position is a two year term and is eligible for re-election for a second consecutive term. Please contact Dr. Jillian Belbin, President of the Thompson Okanagan Dental Society (250) 765-7662, if you wish to be nominated for any of these positions.

Mr. David Harris

How To Steal From A Dentist 2.0

If you are a dentist, the likelihood that you will be the target of embezzlement during your career is greater than 60%. That’s right. GREATER than 60%! As if this statistic isn’t bad enough, it is even more likely that the embezzler in your practice will be a long-time, trusted member of your staff. So what is a dentist to do?
In this interactive presentation, attendees will be given some alarming facts about this serious and personally-directed crime as well as proven strategies to empower them to take back control of their office’s financial well-being.
Using actual dental embezzlement case files as teaching tools, attendees will be able to evaluate the cases presented and then interact with the presenter as he discusses the myths and misunderstandings surrounding dental embezzlement and guides participants through basic, yet effective strategies to avoid being a part of the “60%” statistic.

Course Objectives:
 What causes embezzlement in dental practices?
 The limitations of popular, conventional prevention strategies
 How a dentist can determine whether embezzlement is happening
 Important dos and don’ts if embezzlement is suspected or discovered
 The top ten actions to take for monitoring your practice for embezzlement

BIOGRAPHY

David Harris founded Prosperident, the world’s largest dental embezzlement investigations firm, in 1989 after what could only be called a “happy twist of fate”.

Under David’s leadership, Prosperident has expanded over the past quarter-century to become a team of specialized investigators, consulting on hundreds of embezzlements annually. David’s vast investigative experience, coupled with his own misadventures as a miscreant youth, have given him a unique insight into the mind set and actions of embezzlers. He is passionate about sharing this wealth of knowledge with dentists.

David believes that the best educational experiences are enhanced through humor, and his entertaining and insightful presentation style has made him a favorite presenter at regional, national and international dental conferences.

Many leading dental publications and organizations have interviewed David on the subject of embezzlement. He is also a prolific writer and authors a dozen or more articles annually that appear in major dental publications. He has lectured at several universities in both the USA and Canada in the faculties of business, law and dentistry.

David is a CPA with a graduate degree in applied mathematics and a licensed private investigator. He is “dual certified” in fraud investigation, possessing both the Certified Fraud Examiner designation from the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners and the Certified in Financial Forensics designation from the American Institute of CPAs.

Thursday-Saturday,
October 19-21, 2017

Delta Grand Okanagan Resort
Kelowna, British Columbia

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