Primary Care is a common good, which makes strength and quality of the country's primary care services a public concern.
This policy brief offers a strategic framework as a starting point for collaborative efforts among the major stakeholders in the oral health care delivery system in Texas.
As the executive director at the Coalition of Texans with Disabilities (CTD), I interact with many people with disabilities. Poor oral health is endemic and obvious, particularly among adults with
Building disaster-related public health capacity to enhance environmental and occupational health recovery efforts nationwide.
An online lecture providing a practical understanding of health equity, why it is essential to advancing population health, and how its principles can be applied to achieve equitable processes and
Austin—Senator Lois W. Kolkhorst and Representative Joseph Deshotel recently filed bills, SB 1152 and HB 3145, in their respective chambers relating to Medicaid reimbursement for dental services provided to certain
The most recent evidence base suggests significant Medicaid cost savings associated with dental benefits for adults with disabilities.
A live, first-of-its-kind interactive dashboard developed using existing national and state data sources. Each county profile presents a comparison of county- and state-level data for over 50 measures across six
The Texas Primary Care Consortium 2020 Virtual Summit included a 4-part series of systems-focused discussions to learn from current experiences and pursue a growth-oriented, forward-looking portrait of primary care in
COVID-19 has laid bare the vulnerability of our oral health system and compounded existing barriers leading to poor oral and overall health, especially for our at-risk populations. However, over the