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Dental

Established May 2014

Workgroup Chair

Matthew Sinnott, MHA, Director of Government Affairs and Contract Management, Willamette Dental

Members

Gary Allen, DMD, Dental Director, Advantage Dental
Nancy Avery, Manager, Dental Services, Moda
Teri Barichello, DMD, VP, Chief Dental Officer, ODS
Shannon Conley, Medicaid Director, Trillum Community Health
Tony Finch, Executive Director, Oregon Oral Health Coalition
Alyssa Franzen, DMD, Dental Director, CareOregon
Deborah Loy, Executive Director of Government Programs, Capitol Dental
Sharity Ludwig, EPDH, Director of Community Programs, Advantage Dental
Eryn Womack, Dental Program Coordinator, InterCommunity Health Network CCO


2016 Accomplishments

Invited to present at Metrics and Scoring Technical Advisory Group-March 2016
Provided public comment to Metrics and Scoring committee regarding dental metrics and the current dental sealant metric-June 2016
Invited to present at Medicaid Advisory Group-Oral Health Workgroup-August 2016
Invited to present at full Metrics and Scoring Committee-December 2016

2016 Work Product

Completion of a framework for oral health integration titled “Oral Health Coordination and Integration within CCOs: A systemic and Systematic Framework”
Executive Summary


2015 Accomplishments

Creation of a bank of quality metrics to align measures across service level agreements between CCOs and DCOs.
Statement on Dental Quality Metrics in Service Level Agreements

CCO-DCO Quality Measure Core and A La Carte Set


Principle Statements

• CCO Oregon members agree that the successful performance of Coordinated Care Organizations, including the integration of benefits delivered via delegated entities, within the resources of Global Budgets, requires collaboration and programmatic actions taken to increase efficacy and reduce inefficiency and redundancy in administration while respecting CCOs’ community-governances and maintaining the CCOs’ ability to meet community needs.
Adopted December 2014

• CCO Oregon members agree to support the First Tooth program by encouraging all types of providers to undergo training and education to increase oral health preventative services for the pediatric population.
Adopted December 2014

Resources

Innovations in Oral Health