It's a fact: two-thirds of dentists will be embezzlement during their career. Over 6,000 dentists will be embezzled, resulting in over $180 million in losses. That's pretty scary, right? Think it can't happen to you? Think again. We take a break from our normal shenanigans (and lack of content) to talk about something serious.
David Harris is Prosperident’s Chief Executive Officer.
Overcoming a troubled adolescence, David Harris has become the world’s leading expert on dental office embezzlement. He is the CEO of Prosperident, the world’s largest dental embezzlement investigation firm.
Prosperident’s team of specialized investigators is consulted on hundreds of frauds annually committed against both general dentists and dental specialists. David has had the distinct pleasure of hearing cell doors slam shut on many embezzlers.
David is a CPA and a licensed private investigator. He has a graduate degree in applied mathematics and is “dual certified” in fraud investigation – he possesses both the Certified Fraud Examiner designation from the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners and the Certified in Financial Forensics designation from the American Association of Certified Public Accountants.
David is a Mensa member and belongs to several organizations for dental consultants and speakers.
David has been interviewed on the subject of embezzlement by many leading dental publications and organizations. He is also a prolific writer and authors or co-authors a dozen or more articles annually that appear in major dental publications. David has lectured at several US and Canadian universities in the faculties of business, law and dentistry.
David is a highly entertaining and engaging speaker who draws on a vast amount of experience in his field. He says that his favorite moment is hearing the noise that a prison cell door makes when it clicks shut on an embezzler.
Want more information about the growing issue of embezzelment in the dental industry? Definitely e-mail David at firstname.lastname@example.org and visit his website at www.dentalembezzlement.com before your suspicions turn into reality.
Stay tuned for part two coming up on Tuesday!