Becky Gerber has been involved in the dental profession almost since birth. She virtually grew up in a dental office, as her late father was a dentist in San Diego County for nearly 5 decades.
A third generation Office Manager, Becky learned many of the aspects of front office administration at an early age, from stuffing statements to addressing recall cards. She has been an Office Manager for more than 21 years and an RDA since 1992. Her experience is in front and back office management, specialties, and managed care. Before her independent consulting days, Becky worked for Jennifer deSt.Georges & Associates and Kimball Consulting.
In 1998, she organized and started the San Diego County Dental Office Managers Study Group, to encourage fellow office managers to network and exchange ideas. In 2000, utilizing her vast experience in dental management, she founded Office Management Services, to help dentists organize their front office systems. In 2006 she started Academy of Dental Practice Careers, a training institute for dental front office professionals. In 2013 the insurance courses were launched online in order to reach students across the nation.
Through the years Becky has collaborated and worked with some of the biggest consulting names in dentistry. In 2002, Becky became the Southern California Regional Consultant for Bent Ericksen and Associates, which specializes in Personnel Issues and Labor Law Compliance.
Since 2013, Becky has been a featured speaker for the Continuing Education Academy Dental Convention. She has also been a speaker for the San Diego County Dental Society, Carestream Dental, MBA Dental Series, and a past contributor to "Facets", the dental society newsletter.
Becky is a repeat speaker at the San Diego Dental Convention
Published Articles Library
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A Conversation About Your Practice
Attention to Detail Aids Practice Transitions and Team
Developing Insurance Follow-Up From Within
Dynamics at the Front Desk: Don't Overlook the Obvious
The Power and Impact of Reports