Impact

Primary Approaches

Primary Approaches

Sufficient Funding

Public healthcare appropriations and financing models are sufficient to support an infrastructure that improves oral health.

Public healthcare appropriations and financing models are sufficient to support an infrastructure that improves oral health.

Amount of $ Granted

$39999 made in grants
$0
500K
1M

Grants

  • Medicaid-CHIP State Dental Association

    Support to the Medicaid-CHIP State Dental Association (MSDA) to coordinate the development of a socio-economic return on investment analysis that informs the knowledge base necessary for policy makers and other oral health stakeholders to maintain and promote Medicaid oral health benefit programs across the country. Specifically, MSDA will contract with and provide oversight to Brandeis University, Heller School of Social Policy and Management to study the socio-economic impact of poor oral health and/or lack of dental insurance and develop a conceptual model that will consider the implications of providing an adult dental benefit for Medicaid beneficiaries. Additionally, MSDA will update and make the National Profile of State Medical and CHIP Oral Health Programs available online as a public resource. Both deliverables will assist policy makers in evaluating the real economic cost of oral diseases and provide them with the evidence needed to understand the real impact of oral health endemic and find the appropriate channels to address it. This information will support the Oral Health 2020 Goal 1 of mandatory inclusion of an adult dental benefit in publicly funded health insurance and the specific target that at least 30 states have a comprehensive Medicaid adult dental benefit. $399,049 will support personnel, consultants, data purchase, and data analysis needed to implement the project.

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    Amount: $399,049
    Period:
    01/16/2015
    Location:
    National
    Approaches:
    Sufficient Funding
    Oral Health in Health Policy
  • National Association of States United for Aging and Disabilities

    National: This investment supports National Association of States United for Aging and Disabilities (NASUAD) to develop and administer a survey designed to improve knowledge and understanding of existing services and supports for seniors and people with disabilities, particularly in managed care environments; and increase integration and coordination of aging and disability policy with Medicaid oral health policy. Specifically, NASUAD will design a comprehensive survey on Medicaid oral health services for older adults and individuals with disabilities; incorporate questions into a survey of seniors and people with disabilities about individuals’ access to and utilization of oral health care services; convene meetings of leaders in the aging and disability as well as the Medicaid dental fields to foster collaboration between the two groups; develop a report and disseminate the findings in multiple venues; and create an online training that includes best practices regarding oral health for seniors and people with disabilities. Due to the lack of coverage for dental benefits and complex eligibility requirements between publicly funded health care programs, Medicaid represents the primary source of dental coverage for many seniors and people with disabilities. This proposed work will create a baseline of dental benefit coverage that can be compared across states and used by policymakers and advocates to develop strategies to increase coverage for and utilization of oral health services in publicly funded health plans for aging and disabled adults. $295,479 will be used to support personnel time to implement and administer the survey, engage and convene stakeholders, and develop reports; consultant services to design the written report; travel and meeting expenses; and administrative costs associated with the implementation of this work. This proposal aligns with the Oral Health 2020 Goal 1 of mandating the inclusion of an adult dental benefit in publicly funded health insurance and the target that at least 30 states have a comprehensive Medicaid adult dental benefit, and no states that currently have a Medicaid adult dental benefit roll back or eliminate that coverage. Grant funds will be paid in two installments, 50% ($147,740) on receipt of the signed Terms & Conditions and 50% ( $147,740) after receipt and approval of the 6-month interim report.

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    Amount: $295,479
    Period:
    12/01/2014 to 11/30/2015
    Location:
    National
    Approaches:
    Sufficient Funding
    Oral Health in Health Policy
    Adult Dental: Medicaid
  • Florida Institute for Health Innovation

    Florida: This investments supports the Florida Institute for Health Innovation (FIHI) to expand and strengthen the existing statewide oral health network through the coalescence of the Florida Oral Health Alliance (Florida Alliance), an oral health collaborative comprised of a group of broad-based multi-sector stakeholders. Specifically, FIHI will broaden the state network of oral health agents, create an infrastructure that operates according to the principles of collective impact, and provide the alliance with backbone support. Through the Florida Alliance, FIHI will align stakeholder interests, including those most affected by disparities, to achieve results of improved access to and provision of dental care for Medicaid-eligible children. The proposal aligns with the Oral Health 2020 Goal 4 of eradicating dental disease in children and the target of having 75% of children reach age 5 without a cavity. The work will focus on financing mechanisms and engagement of families, communities, and care providers. $174,996 will support the personnel and stakeholder convening capacity needed to implement the project.

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    Amount: $174,996
    Period:
    12/01/2014 to 11/30/2015
    Location:
    Florida
    Approaches:
    Oral Health in Health Care
    Sufficient Funding
    Funding Disease Management and Prevention
    Strong Care Infrastructure
    Oral Health in Health Policy
    75% Children Cavity Free by Age 5
  • Center for Health Care Strategies

    This investment supports the Center for Health Care Strategies (CHCS) to conduct a national study of access to dental care among adult Medicaid beneficiaries and to provide technical assistance (TA) to the national grantee network of the DentaQuest Foundation to support their efforts around the Medicaid target. $456,711 will support the personnel and TA capacity necessary to explore, produce, and subsequently disseminate Medicaid knowledge products.

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    Amount: $305,254
    Period:
    09/01/2014 to 02/29/2016
    Location:
    National
    Approaches:
    Sufficient Funding
    Oral Health in Health Policy
    Adult Dental: Medicaid
  • Westside Community Health

    Minnesota: This investment supports the replacement of old and malfunctioning dental equipment for the West Side Dental Clinic. Two clinics provide comprehensive preventive and emergency dental care on a sliding fee scale and are culturally and linguistically sensitive targeting the Hispanic and Hmong communities. Annually the clinics serves 7,000 patients, 97% had incomes below 200% of the federal poverty level. The poverty level, lack of English speaking citizens, minority populations, housing issues are all barriers to receiving oral care. The large majority of patients served in the dental clinics are also medical patients. This allows for shared electronic medical records as well as consistency of care. West Side dental and medical staff work collaboratively. Grant funds provided through the Community Response Fund improve access to care by contributing to an efficient operation.

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    Amount: $18,512
    Period:
    09/01/2014 to 10/31/2015
    Location:
    Minnesota
    Approaches:
    Sufficient Funding
  • San Antonio Christian Dental Clinic/Haven for Hope Dental Clinic

    Texas: : This investment supports the ADA Mission of Mercy with San Antonio Christian Dental Clinic and Haven for Hope Dental Clinic intend to bring awareness to the wider community and the governmental agencies that may be able to address the problem of access to dental care for underserved Texas populations, through media coverage and participation by elected officials. The ADA has made a priority for the association and their Action for Dental Health program is a three-pronged action plan to address the dental health crisis in distinct areas: Provide care now to people suffering (MOM's, Give Kids a Smile); Strengthen & expand the public/private safety net which includes working with FQHC's and simplifying Medicaid; Disease prevention adn dental health education. The ADA has a campaign Action for Dental Health that works with legislatures on issues such as Medicaid reform for reimbursement. $10,000 will support Pre-screening functions prior to the event for more efficient delivery on the MOM weekend. Grant funds provided through the Community Response Fund will improve access to care for an underserved population of San Antonio and Bexar County.

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    Amount: $10,000
    Period:
    09/01/2014 to 10/31/2015
    Location:
    Texas
    Approaches:
    Consumer-Focused Care
    Sufficient Funding
    Providers Represent Community
  • Health Law Advocates

    Massachusetts: This investment supports the Health Law Advocates Dental Health Access Initiative provide advocacy to low-income Massachusetts residents by providing free legal services regarding access to dental care and unaffordable bills to dental providers as well as participating in public policies activities. $10,000 from the President’s Fund will support the Dental Health Access Initiate meet challenges faced by low-income. HLA is the only legal aid organization that provides free legal assistance to resolve unaffordable bills, address coverage issues to households whose income is above 133% of the federal poverty level. This grant will support the personnel costs of pro bono representation of 18 low-income consumers and participation as a steering committee member of the Oral Health Advocacy Task Force.

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    Amount: $10,000
    Period:
    09/01/2014 to 10/31/2015
    Location:
    Massachusetts
    Approaches:
    Consumer-Focused Care
    Sufficient Funding
  • Children Now

    California: This investment supports Children Now to engage and partner with community stakeholders throughout Los Angeles to build the capacity of public health sites to implement the pediatric oral health action plan, build support for the restoration of the California Children’s Dental Disease Prevention Program, and develop an effective dental referral process that ensures children have access to oral health care, education, and prevention. Children Now will explore financing mechanisms for public health programs that will promote their sustainability, leverage its networks to research and develop models implemented in other states to bridge early childhood and school-based systems together, and engage primary care providers in oral health education and prevention. Through this collaborative approach, Children Now and its partners will help to strengthen the broader community infrastructure to support the inclusion of oral health in statewide policy, public health program delivery, and coordinated care practices. $200,000 will be used to support personnel time, communications, travel, meeting expenses, and consultant expenses that contribute to the implementation of this project. This proposal aligns with the Oral Health 2020 Goal 4 of eradicating dental disease in children and the target of having 75% of children reach age 5 without a cavity.

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    Amount: $200,000
    Period:
    09/01/2014 to 10/31/2015
    Location:
    California
    Approaches:
    Oral Health in Health Care
    Sufficient Funding
    Oral Health Literacy
    75% Children Cavity Free by Age 5
  • Center for Oral Health

    California: This investment supports the Center for Oral Health to increase medical-dental integration at school-based health centers in Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD), partner with Western University to support interprofessional collaborative practice and education and increase dental homes for LAUSD students through an expanded network of agencies and providers, and explore financially-sound business practices that contribute to the sustainability of integrating oral health into school-based health settings. In support of the Wellness Networks developed in partnership with LA Trust, the proposed work aims to develop linkages between schools and dental homes, ensuring that those students with acute care needs have access to care and oral health education where they are. In addition, as children enter school, there will be a warm-handoff and the supporting infrastructure in place to ensure that they continue to have their oral health needs met. $275,000 will be used to support personnel time, travel, and contracted services. The proposal aligns with the Oral Health 2020 Targets of integrating oral health into patient-centered care models 75% of children reaching age 5 without a cavity.

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    Amount: $275,000
    Period:
    09/01/2014 to 10/31/2015
    Location:
    California
    Approaches:
    Oral Health in Health Care
    Sufficient Funding
    Oral Health Literacy
    75% Children Cavity Free by Age 5
  • Virginia Oral Health Coalition

    Virginia: This investment supports the Virginia Oral Health Coalition (VaOHC) to strengthen and empower the oral health network in Virginia to facilitate advocacy, education, and awareness activities. Specifically, VaOHC will provide the infrastructure and leadership to nurture and expand the current oral health network to include representatives from health systems and payers who are currently at the forefront of the changing health care infrastructure in Virginia, traditionally underrepresented minority populations, and the provider community. This expanded network will bring the additional expertise, connections, ideas, and energy necessary to enable programs and policies that integrate oral health into ever-changing health care systems. This broader network will work collectively toward the Oral Health 2020 target to "ensure that emerging patient-centered care models in Virginia include oral health" by focusing on the drivers of effective care models, care provider engagement, and effective financing models. $199,996 will support the personnel and stakeholder convening capacity needed to expand the network’s footprint and circle of influence to achieve a shared vision where oral health is integrated into all aspects of Virginia’s health care landscape.

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    Amount: $199,996
    Period:
    09/01/2014 to 10/31/2015
    Location:
    Virginia
    Approaches:
    Consumer-Focused Care
    Sufficient Funding
    Oral Health Literacy
    Strong Care Infrastructure
    Adult Dental: Patient Centered Care
  • Center for Health Policy Development d/b/a National Academy for State Health Policy (NASHP)

    This investment supports the National Academy for State Health Policy (NASHP) to assess, analyze, monitor, and disseminate information about states' activities and strategies to promote adult dental coverage in Medicaid benefits and in plans offered through the Affordable Care Act Marketplaces. $248,502 will support the staffing and convening capacity necessary to develop and spread an issue report and presentation materials.

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    Amount: $248,502
    Period:
    08/01/2014 to 07/31/2015
    Location:
    National
    Approaches:
    Sufficient Funding
    Oral Health in Health Policy
    Adult Dental: Medicaid
  • Illinois Chapter, American Academy of Pediatrics

    Continued support to the Illinois Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics to begin the Implementation Phase of the Oral Health 2014 Initiative. Activities during implementation will include: a partnership with WIC and several other states to integrate an oral health education module into parent education programs; the development of a unified resource center for oral health information in Illinois; improvement of the fluoride varnish reimbursement program in the state; and a literacy campaign targeted at families and caregivers of young children throughout the state. Grant funds will support staff guidance of the implementation plan, overhead costs related to the execution of the plan, and consultant support to achieve the key objectives listed above.

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    Amount: $150,000
    Period:
    02/01/2014 to 01/31/2015
    Location:
    Illinois
    Approaches:
    Sufficient Funding
    Funding Disease Management and Prevention
    Oral Health Literacy
    Strong Care Infrastructure
  • New Hampshire Public Health Association

    Continued support to the New Hampshire Public Health Association to begin the Implementation Phase of the Oral Health 2014 Initiative. Activities during implementation will include: improving and strengthening reimbursement and financing models for oral health prevention delivered by public health hygienists across the state; developing tools and resources to support the implementation of programming using the public health hygienist to improve access to prevention and care for underserved populations; and the weaving of a connected and informed referral network to ensure access to care and prevention through interprofessional collaboration and community engagement and education. Grant funds will be used to support staff guidance of the implementation plan, overhead costs related to the execution of the plan, and consultant support to facilitate a collaborative engagement process that will build effective networks for mobilization around oral health improvement for the underserved in New Hampshire.

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    Amount: $150,000
    Period:
    02/01/2014 to 01/31/2015
    Location:
    New Hampshire
    Approaches:
    Sufficient Funding
    Funding Disease Management and Prevention
    Oral Health in Community Programs
    Policy Supports Workforce
  • Center for Health Care Strategies

    Support to the Center for Health Care Strategies to assess state intentions around incorporating adult dental coverage into benefit packages for Medicaid expansion under the Affordable Care Act. Support of this proposal will inform the decision making process for those who are still debating the pros and cons of including dental benefits for adults and lead to enhanced coverage and access.

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    Amount: $34,905
    Period:
    04/01/2013 to 03/31/2014
    Location:
    National
    Approaches:
    Sufficient Funding
    Oral Health in Health Policy
  • Oral Health Kansas

    Support to Oral Health Kansas as part of the Oral Health 2014 Initiative. Over the past decade, Kansas has developed a deep oral health infrastructure, however poor and underserve Kansans continue to struggle to gain access to dental providers and a way to pay for dental services.

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    Amount: $98,423
    Period:
    03/01/2013 to 02/28/2014
    Location:
    Kansas
    Approaches:
    Sufficient Workforce
    Sufficient Funding
    Funding Disease Management and Prevention
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Funding Disease Management and Prevention

Care delivery has the resources to improve oral health through evidenced based preventive and chronic disease management methodologies.

Care delivery has the resources to improve oral health through evidenced based preventive and chronic disease management methodologies.

Amount of $ Granted

$267901 made in grants
$0
500K
1M

Grants

  • Kansas Association for the Medically Underserved

    Kansas: This investment supports the Kansas Association for the Medically Underserved in its role as a leading primary care association in the Strengthening the Oral Health Safety Net Learning Collaborative. In partnership with the four other matriculating primary care associations, this group of leaders will work together to design and implement a learning collaborative that spreads successful strategies emerging from the Strengthening the Oral Health Initiative to additional safety net partners across the country. Through a facilitated process, the five partnering primary care associations will consolidate effective strategies into a comprehensive change package of resources, and then design and implement dissemination activities that engage new primary care associations in improving their capacity to support the oral health programs within their community health centers. This learning collaborative will impact all of the Foundation’s systems change priorities by supporting the role of the safety net in the broader oral health movement. The safety net is a critical component of all of the Oral Health 2020 Goals and Targets. $75,000 will support staff time and travel associated with leading the learning collaborative.

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    Amount: $75,000
    Period:
    12/01/2014 to 11/30/2015
    Location:
    Kansas
    Approaches:
    Disease Management and Prevention
    Oral Health in Health Care
    Funding Disease Management and Prevention
    Oral Health in Community Programs
  • Pennsylvania Association of Community Health Centers

    Pennsylvania: This investment supports the Pennsylvania Association of Community Health Centers in its role as a leading primary care association in the Strengthening the Oral Health Safety Net Learning Collaborative. In partnership with the four other matriculating primary care associations, this group of leaders will work together to design and implement a learning collaborative that spreads successful strategies emerging from the Strengthening the Oral Health Initiative to additional safety net partners across the country. Through a facilitated process, the five partnering primary care associations will consolidate effective strategies into a comprehensive change package of resources, and then design and implement dissemination activities that engage new primary care associations in improving their capacity to support the oral health programs within their community health centers. This learning collaborative will impact all of the Foundation’s systems change priorities by supporting the role of the safety net in the broader oral health movement. The safety net is a critical component of all of the Oral Health 2020 Goals and Targets. $75,000 will support staff time and travel associated with leading the learning collaborative.

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    Amount: $75,000
    Period:
    12/01/2014 to 11/30/2015
    Location:
    Pennsylvania
    Approaches:
    Oral Health in Health Care
    Funding Disease Management and Prevention
    Oral Health in Community Programs
    Strong Care Infrastructure
    In Primary Education
  • Florida Institute for Health Innovation

    Florida: This investments supports the Florida Institute for Health Innovation (FIHI) to expand and strengthen the existing statewide oral health network through the coalescence of the Florida Oral Health Alliance (Florida Alliance), an oral health collaborative comprised of a group of broad-based multi-sector stakeholders. Specifically, FIHI will broaden the state network of oral health agents, create an infrastructure that operates according to the principles of collective impact, and provide the alliance with backbone support. Through the Florida Alliance, FIHI will align stakeholder interests, including those most affected by disparities, to achieve results of improved access to and provision of dental care for Medicaid-eligible children. The proposal aligns with the Oral Health 2020 Goal 4 of eradicating dental disease in children and the target of having 75% of children reach age 5 without a cavity. The work will focus on financing mechanisms and engagement of families, communities, and care providers. $174,996 will support the personnel and stakeholder convening capacity needed to implement the project.

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    Amount: $174,996
    Period:
    12/01/2014 to 11/30/2015
    Location:
    Florida
    Approaches:
    Oral Health in Health Care
    Sufficient Funding
    Funding Disease Management and Prevention
    Strong Care Infrastructure
    Oral Health in Health Policy
    75% Children Cavity Free by Age 5
  • University of Maryland School of Dentistry

    National: This investment supports the University of Maryland, School of Dentistry to hold a conference regarding innovations in the prevention and treatment of early childhood caries (ECC). The conference - which will be held on October 23-24, 2014 - will gather national and international experts to assess the evidence, as well as the potential of emerging approaches that can reduce ECC. It will advance and synthesize the science regarding primary and secondary methods to prevent ECC and establish policies and protocols for practitioners to follow regarding non-restorative treatment of the disease. $39,700 will help cover meeting and travel expenses, honoraria, office operations, and communications/marketing materials. The proposal aligns with the Oral Health 2020 goal 4 of eradicating dental disease in children and the target of having 75% of children reach age 5 without a cavity.

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    Amount: $39,700
    Period:
    09/01/2014 to 10/31/2015
    Location:
    Maryland
    Approaches:
    Disease Management and Prevention
    Consumer-Focused Care
    Funding Disease Management and Prevention
    75% Children Cavity Free by Age 5
  • Illinois Chapter, American Academy of Pediatrics

    Continued support to the Illinois Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics to begin the Implementation Phase of the Oral Health 2014 Initiative. Activities during implementation will include: a partnership with WIC and several other states to integrate an oral health education module into parent education programs; the development of a unified resource center for oral health information in Illinois; improvement of the fluoride varnish reimbursement program in the state; and a literacy campaign targeted at families and caregivers of young children throughout the state. Grant funds will support staff guidance of the implementation plan, overhead costs related to the execution of the plan, and consultant support to achieve the key objectives listed above.

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    Amount: $150,000
    Period:
    02/01/2014 to 01/31/2015
    Location:
    Illinois
    Approaches:
    Sufficient Funding
    Funding Disease Management and Prevention
    Oral Health Literacy
    Strong Care Infrastructure
  • New Hampshire Public Health Association

    Continued support to the New Hampshire Public Health Association to begin the Implementation Phase of the Oral Health 2014 Initiative. Activities during implementation will include: improving and strengthening reimbursement and financing models for oral health prevention delivered by public health hygienists across the state; developing tools and resources to support the implementation of programming using the public health hygienist to improve access to prevention and care for underserved populations; and the weaving of a connected and informed referral network to ensure access to care and prevention through interprofessional collaboration and community engagement and education. Grant funds will be used to support staff guidance of the implementation plan, overhead costs related to the execution of the plan, and consultant support to facilitate a collaborative engagement process that will build effective networks for mobilization around oral health improvement for the underserved in New Hampshire.

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    Amount: $150,000
    Period:
    02/01/2014 to 01/31/2015
    Location:
    New Hampshire
    Approaches:
    Sufficient Funding
    Funding Disease Management and Prevention
    Oral Health in Community Programs
    Policy Supports Workforce
  • Marshfield Clinic Research Foundation

    Support to Marshfield Clinic (MC), to lead a collaborative between Family Health Center of Marshfield (FHC) and Security Health Plan (SHP) to systematically improve the oral and general health of populations they serve. The starting point for this transformative undertaking is a proof-of-concept demonstration that will leverage MC's established Health Informatics & Information Technology (HIIT) capabilities to improve the oral and general health of individuals with diabetes (DM).

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    Amount: $199,494
    Period:
    06/01/2013 to 05/31/2014
    Location:
    Wisconsin
    Approaches:
    Consumer-Focused Care
    Oral Health in Health Care
    Funding Disease Management and Prevention
  • Oral Health Kansas

    Support to Oral Health Kansas as part of the Oral Health 2014 Initiative. Over the past decade, Kansas has developed a deep oral health infrastructure, however poor and underserve Kansans continue to struggle to gain access to dental providers and a way to pay for dental services.

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    Amount: $98,423
    Period:
    03/01/2013 to 02/28/2014
    Location:
    Kansas
    Approaches:
    Sufficient Workforce
    Sufficient Funding
    Funding Disease Management and Prevention
  • National Association of Community Health Centers

    Continued support to More Health to support future activities that expand upon the base of local oral health coalitions built through their work, and to capitalize on the experience gained from the educational media outreach campaigns, with a goal of achieving sustainable policy change. More Health’s coalition serves as a model for other local coalitions in Florida and as a thought leader for the educational outreach activities of the statewide coalition, Oral Health Florida

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    Amount: $280,393
    Period:
    12/01/2012 to 12/01/2013
    Location:
    National
    Approaches:
    Oral Health in Health Policy
    Disease Management and Prevention
    Funding Disease Management and Prevention
  • U.S. National Oral Health Alliance

    Continued funding for the US National Oral Health Alliance (The Alliance) will support the Alliance to further develop as a platform for significant impact on the issues that affect oral health through engagement, in a new way, of diverse partners and stakeholders in a national conversation about oral health. Alliance Leadership Colloquia establish the common ground necessary for improvement to occur. In addition to fostering national alignment, the Alliance serves as a model and national-level resource for the Foundation’s Oral Health 2014 grantees. The Oral Health 2014 State Alliances support state-based impact that in many ways provides the “work” of the Alliance. This Initiative is a key component of the Foundation’s systems strategy, and as the Alliance continues to grow and expand its partnerships and reach at the national level, the opportunities for lasting and systemic change will ensure that the country moves closer to equal access to care for all populations.

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    Amount: $350,000
    Period:
    12/01/2012 to 11/30/2013
    Location:
    National
    Approaches:
    Oral Health in Health Care
    Funding Disease Management and Prevention
    Strong Care Infrastructure
    Oral Health in Health Policy
    Consistent Oral Health Policy
    Measuring Oral Health
  • American Academy of Pediatrics, New Jersey Chapter

    Oral Health 2014 grant focused on Medical-Dental Collaboration, Financing Models, and Prevention and Public Health Infrastructure

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    Amount: $150,000
    Period:
    11/01/2012 to 10/13/2013
    Location:
    New Jersey
    Approaches:
    Oral Health in Health Care
    Funding Disease Management and Prevention
    Strong Care Infrastructure
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