Lack of ready access to dental professionals in high risk populations stem from:
A. Geographical constraints
B. Inadequate number of oral health professionals treating Medicaid eligible patients
C. Financial limitations
D. Lack of knowledge about oral health practices
E. All of the above.
Which of the following is NOT a goal of the Triple Aim Framework?
A. Improved experiences for the dental professional
B. Improved patient experiences
C. Improved health of populations
D. Reduced cost
The model of oral health care delivery where care is provided directly where the people live, work, go to school, worship, or receive social services is called:
A. The reactionary care
B. The private practice
C. The community-based care
Direct access allows dental hygienist the capacity to:
A. Initiate treatment based on his or her assessment of patient’s needs without the specific authorization of a dentist
B. Treat the patient without the presence of a dentist
C. Maintain a provider-patient relationship
D. All of the above.
Community-based care often has a person designated to help patients accept recommended care and schedule appointments. That person is known as:
A. A receptionist
B. A social worker
C. A dental hygienist
D. A navigator
The typical day for someone delivering care in a community-based setting is similar to that of private practice.
Who is responsible for determining the needs of the population and potential interventions?
B. Dental hygienists
C. Dental assistants
D. Key personnel from the organization
E. The entire health care team
Which item below would be the LEAST appropriate source for information about a population that is to be served?
A. Oral health screenings
B. Published data
C. Court house records
D. Focused group interviews
The role of the Advisory Council is to complete a population profile and needs assessment to determine priorities for programs.
Representatives from the local health department should be invited to join the Advisory Council?
The minimal amount of square feet needed for a mobile operator is:
A. 80-100 square feet
B. 200-250 square feet
C. 300-320 square feet
D. 400 square feet
The operatory space requirements in a long-term care facility will be greater than in those settings which treat ambulatory patients.
If the dental hygienist follows the dental practice act for the state when providing care in a community-based setting, he/she does not have to follow county or local laws.
A written agreement that exists between parties involved in a community-based dental clinic is often referred to as:
A. An Understanding of Terms
B. An Agreement
C. An MOU
D. A PIA
One of the largest challenges of community-based care is:
A. Following the law
B. Infection Control
C. Purchasing Supplies
An invitation from a funder to submit applications on a specific topic with specified purposes is referred to as:
A. Request for Proposal (RFP)
B. Request for Application (RFA)
C. Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA)
D. Program Announcement (PA)
E. Logic Model