With a market share greater than 90%, NADP represents the vast majority of your prospective and current customers: dental plans. The dental benefit industry leaders and decision makers come together for two and a half days of dynamic networking and professional development opportunities at CONVERGE, the NADP annual conference. Prepare for stellar educational sessions, an informative Discovery Zone exhibit hall, insightful DZ Demos and enjoyable networking opportunities at CONVERGE.


Registration Rates

NADP Member Rate Non Member Rate
  • Before 6/30/20 - $1,145
  • After 6/30/20 - $1,345
  • Before 6/30/20 - $2,045
  • After 6/30/20 - $2,245

Online registration closes 9/11/20. Onsite registration will be available.

Cancellation Policy

Cancellation/Refund Policy: Cancellations will be accepted in writing on or before June 30, 2020 with a refund of all fees paid less a $100 processing charge. From July 1 - July 31, 2020, a refund of 50% of all fees paid. Starting Aug. 1, 2020 there will be no refunds.

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 on or before July 31, 2020 or registrants who do not attend CONVERGE.


Beware of Attendee List Scams

It has come to our attention that some NADP members, CONVERGE exhibitors and sponsors have been receiving e-mails stating they may purchase the CONVERGE attendee list from outside vendor 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.

This is an ongoing issue faced by meeting organizers worldwide. We encourage you to respond to these solicitations with a demand that you and your company be taken off their e-mail list immediately. If the e-mails 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 here.

You can also send the spam emails to your e-mail provider or your company's IT dept. At the top of the message, state that you're complaining about being spammed. Some e-mail services have buttons that allow you to mark messages as junk mail or report them spam.  If you can determine the sender's e-mail 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 e-mail and say that you're complaining about spam.