Interprofessional collaborative practice is defined as _______________.
All of the following are components of the Triple Aim EXCEPT?
There are four Core Competencies for Interprofessional Collaborative Practice that can be utilized to evaluate collaborative readiness. Which of the following is/are a Core Competency/ies?
The most common preventable chronic childhood disease is _______________.
Poor oral health has been linked to several systemic inflammatory diseases; however, most non-oral healthcare providers have minimal training on recognizing oral disease.
Which of the following group of patients are more likely to be taking medications that can cause xerostomia?
The CDC has predicted that the number of patients diagnosed with diabetes will _______________ or triple by _______________. This increase could impact oral healthcare providers since these patients tend to have more advanced periodontal disease.
In a study conducted by Greenberg et al 2010, they found dentists agreed that screening for medical conditions was important and they were willing to incorporate screening in their practices.
Which of the following is correct regarding dental practitioners providing comprehensive oral care for more complex medically compromised patients?
The extension of dentist’s ability to function in uniprofessional teams into interprofessional collaborative practice teams to address the Triple Aim is supported by _______________.
Historically oral healthcare providers have been playing an important role on interprofessional collaborative teams that have included _______________.
One advantage dentists have is patients routinely have multiple visits, and this affords the provider with an opportunity to monitor patient’s blood pressure over an extended period of time.