Unethical Private-Equity-Owned Dental Clinics Receive Well Deserved Attention

What’s wrong with private-equity-owned dental clinics?

July 2012 — For over ten years, private equity investors have had their fingers in the nation’s dentistry pie, investing in at least two dozen dental management organizations – companies that profit by purchasing, consolidating, marketing and managing a host of dental practices in several cities or states. What’s wrong with that?

Waters & Kraus partner Charles Siegel and colleague Jim Moriarty of the law firm Moriarty Leyendecker explore the ethical conflict of corporate-owned dental clinics, patient’s interests and Medicaid.
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