Explore these resources for more information on issues impacting vulnerable populations.
- Dental Services in the Emergency Department - December 12, 2012 [recording] (to view the webinar recording, right-click on the link and choose "Save Link As", choose a location such as your desktop, choose Save, then browse to the file and double-click to open)*
- North Carolina School-Linked Oral Health Programs - October 24, 2012 [recording | slides] (to view the webinar recording, right-click on the link and choose "Save Link As", choose a location such as your desktop, choose Save, then browse to the file and double-click to open)*
- Best Practices and Models in School-Linked Oral Health [DentaQuest Institute Webinar - see September 26, 2012 Archive]
*The webinar recording requires Adobe Flash Player for viewing.
Oral Health Integration Case Studies: Oral Health Integration in the Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) Environment: Case Studies from Community Health Centers
- CareShare Health Alliance
- North Carolina Institute of Medicine
- North Carolina Association of Free Clinics
- NC Health Policy Gateway
- NC Community AIDS Fund
- North Carolina Medical Society
- North Carolina State Center for Health Statistics
- NC Center for Public Health Quality
- Health Care Services for the Uninsured & Other Underserved Populations - Technical Assistance Manual
- Improving Access to Health Care for Uninsured North Carolinians - Report to the 2007 North Carolina General Assembly
- Dental Summit
- Institute for Emerging Issues - Interactive prototype for North Carolina county data. Use this tool to learn the effects of hospital stays and a county's overall health ranking based on data including: obesity, affordable housing, economy, graduation rates and smoking.
- Fluoridation Information http://www.ilikemyteeth.org/
- Safety Net Dental Clinic Manual http://www.dentalclinicmanual.com/index.html
Safety Net Providers
Are you a safety net provider? Update or add your information to nchealthcarehelp.org. The Web site connects North Carolinians with free and reduced cost health care services. Instructions for providers can be found online or contact the NC Institute of Medicine for more details.