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Past Webinars

Lasting Lessons from Pandemic Responses in Safety Net Dentistry

Presented In April 2022

  The importance of preventive care. Robust infection control and the rise in teledentistry. The value and potential of medical-dental integration.
Taking a Community-Based Approach to Care Coordination

Presented In March 2022

Care coordination involves ensuring that all providers caring for a patient have access to the same information and can communicate seamlessly with one another.
Four Projects Aiming to Improve Population Oral Health

Presented In February 2022

CareQuest Institute for Oral Health, in collaboration with the American Public Health Association (APHA) Oral Health Section, presents a webinar that explores a mix of topics, including oral cancer
Lessons from a Study on Oral Health Care Spending over the Life Span

Presented In January 2022

  How do oral health access and outcomes differ among those with Medicaid and those with commercial insurance?
Best Practices for Teledentistry Today and in the Future

Presented In December 2021

During the last three decades, the use of teledentistry has expanded as dental providers have explored innovative ways to reach patients.
Seven Recommendations to Boost Oral Health Advocacy Efforts

Presented In November 2021

What can oral health advocates, funders, and community-based organizations (CBOs) do to improve the oral health of underserved communities?
How Value-Based Care Will Change Dentistry's Future

Presented In October 2021

The future of oral health is coming — and value-based care holds many of the keys to success.  
Building Antiracist Policies and Practices into Health Care Settings

Presented In September 2021

We’ve all heard the terms racism and antiracism. But what do they really mean for us as individuals and for the organizations where we work?
Providing Minimally Invasive Care with Silver Diamine Fluoride (SDF)

Presented In August 2021

Silver diamine fluoride (SDF) has been widely recognized as an effective noninvasive tool used for the prevention and management of dental caries.
Consumer Perspectives on Oral Health Access, Outcomes, and Quality of Care

Presented In July 2021

How did consumers feel about access and quality of oral health care during the COVID-19 pandemic?

Presented In June 2021

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State of Oral Health Equity in America: COVID-19, Vaccines, and Teledentistry

Presented In June 2021

CareQuest Institute for Oral Health designed and commissioned a survey in early 2021 to understand Americans’ attitudes, experiences, and behaviors on oral health care during COVID-19.
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Presented In May 2021

Improving the oral health care system is a wicked problem. A wicked problem is one that is complex, hard to define, involves multiple stakeholders, and is interconnected with other problems.
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Presented In May 2021

In February 2021, CareQuest Institute for Oral Health collaborated with the Association of State and Territorial Dental Directors (ASTDD) to survey state and territorial oral health program directo
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Presented In April 2021

Join CareQuest Institute for Oral Health and their colleagues for a panel discussion on how primary care and dental care delivery in the U.S. have changed over time.

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