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OPTION 1: HEALTH CENTER WITH NO CURRENT DENTAL SERVICES

Resources | OHI Toolkit

There are two strategies that health centers that do not have current dental services can utilize for adding dental services: New Start-Ups and Contracting for Dental Services.


Contracting for Dental Services

Health centers that do not currently have on-site dental services and are unable to build-out a brick and mortar dental clinic, may consider contracting with outside dental providers to provide access to dental care services.

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New Start-Ups

The most common strategy for adding dental services for health centers that do not currently offer dental services is to build-out a brick and mortar dental clinic that will offer direct services.

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Option 1: Health Center with No Current Dental Services

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