1. Teledentistry is crucial, improves access to care

    California has made significant progress in improving access to dental care services to many Californians who have limited resources or who live in communities with few providers. For example, five years ago the state passed legislation that further encouraged the advancement of teledentistry paving the way for more children living in underserved communities to receive quality dental care. As a part of this progress and innovation, there has been a rise of…

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  2. Time for an interstate teledental licensure compact

    Telemedicine has already developed an interstate licensure compact between 25 states:

  3. Consulting with UNC-Chapel Hill Business School Students

    One of the central missions of the ATDA is to educate the public about Teledentistry. There is no better way to do this than to engage undergraduate business students. I was contacted by the Faculty and Students from the course BUSINESS 554: Consulting Skills and Frameworks at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to serve as a Teledentistry expert for their consulting project. A Faculty member from the UNC Adams…

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