New Reports and Briefing Focus on Dental Health Coverage and Access

More than 100 million Americans have no insurance to help cover dental needs. With health reform discussions ongoing, the Foundation’s Kaiser Commission on Medicaid and the Uninsured (KCMU) cosponsored a briefing which examined oral health in the broader conversation of improving quality and expanding access. Three new reports from KCMU were released at the event.

Access to Affordable Dental Care: Gaps for Low-Income Adults

Filling an Urgent Need: Improving Children’s Access to Dental Care in Medicaid and SCHIP

Dental Coverage And Care For Low-Income Children: The Role Of Medicaid And SCHIP

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