NADP’s top priority remains the safety of our members, staff, and event participants. Your success and safety always come first. In response to the widespread damage from Hurricane Ida on the City of New Orleans and the event hotel, NADP is cancelling the in-person aspect of CONVERGE 2021 and instead, is planning to deliver a re-imagined virtual conference October 4-7.

In shifting to a fully virtual event, our goal and focus is to create a dynamic, connective, and educational experience for the dental benefits industry—everything you love about CONVERGE and more.

The 2021 virtual conference will be a dynamic educational experience for the dental benefits industry. Attendees will be able to enjoy premium educational content (live and on-demand), interact in real-time with speakers and industry colleagues, and form meaningful relationships with industry peers — all in the comfort and safety of your own office or home.

Virtual Event Rates

Virtual Event Rates
  • NADP Member - $249 per person
  • Non-Member - $349 per person

No registration deadlines.



October 4-7, 2021

What comes with your virtual registration?

  • Access to all educational sessions on-demand to watch as many times as you like
  • Communicate and connect with speakers, industry leaders and all attendees
    • Downloadable attendee list with contact information
      • Sponsor content and contact information
      • Exhibitor content and contact information

      NADP Event Code of Conduct

      NADP is committed to providing a safe, productive, and welcoming environment for all meeting participants and NADP staff. NADP in-person and online events aim to be inclusive to the largest number of contributors, with the most varied and diverse backgrounds possible. As such, we are committed to providing a friendly, safe and welcoming environment for all, regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religion, ability, or other personal characteristics. [more]

      Virtual : Cancellation/Refund Policy

      Cancellation/Refund Policy: When notified by July 30, NADP will process a 100% refund. From July 31-August 19, NADP will refund 50% of the virtual registration fee. Starting August 20, no refunds will be provided. Contact NADP before Aug. 20 to transfer virtual to in-person registrations or vice versa. All refund requests or notice of cancellations must be submitted in writing to NADP.

      Substitution Policy: Substitutions for registration are allowed by notifying NADP in writing at any time.  

      No Shows: Refunds will NOT be issued to registrants who fail to cancel their registrations in writing before August 20 or registrants who do not access virtual CONVERGE content.  

      Technical Issues: In the event an attendee experiences technical issues during a session of the virtual conference, a refund WILL NOT be issued. Each session will be recorded and can be watched on-demand. Also, there will be training sessions available prior to the conference to ensure your computer and internet speed will meet the requirements for the virtual conference. It is up to each attendee to watch. Attendees will be notified once training is available. 

      Beware of Attendee List Scams

      You may receive emails and inquires about how you can purchase the CONVERGE attendee list from outside vendors or companies. These emails are not coming from NADP nor are the companies emailing associated with NADP. They are scams.

      The attendee list is free to all CONVERGE attendees. Click here on how to download. You must be logged in.

      This is an ongoing issue faced by meeting organizers worldwide on an annual basis. We encourage you to respond to these solicitations with a demand that you and your company be taken off their email list immediately. If the emails continue, the Federal Trade Commission advises that you forward unwanted or deceptive messages to the Federal Trade Commission at and file a complaint with the FTC.

      Click here to file a complaint.

      You can also send the scam emails to your company's IT dept. At the top of the message, state that you're complaining about being spammed. Some email services have buttons that allow you to mark messages as junk mail or report them spam.  If you can determine the sender's email provider, you can report the spam to them as well. Most web mail providers and ISPs want to cut off spammers who abuse their system. Make sure to include the entire spam email and say that you're complaining about spam.