Currently, more than 55 million older adults access healthcare services through Medicare; however, they are limited when it comes to accessing oral health. Original Medicare does not cover routine preventive … Read More →
In 2017, OHA will continue to build the network and infrastructure necessary to move toward the eventual inclusion of an oral health benefit in Medicare.
Oral Health America (OHA) has published a new report examining factors impacting the oral health of older Americans. A State of Decay, Vol. III is a state-by-state report of the oral health of its 65+ population and the success or failure of states to address those needs.
Oral Health America (OHA), the non-profit organization behind www.toothwisdom.org, recently submitted a written testimony to the U.S. House Appropriations Subcommittee on Labor, Health & Human Services, Education and Related Agencies … Read More →
Today, the 2015 White House Conference on Aging will host a Regional Forum in Phoenix, Arizona to engage with older Americans, their caregivers, advocates, community leaders and others on the … Read More →
Connecticut Governor Malloy will release his proposed State Budget on February 18th. As of now, dental Medicaid coverage for adults and children have not been cut. However, the final budget … Read More →