Appendix A
Workshop Agenda

THE U.S. ORAL HEALTH WORKFORCE IN THE COMING DECADE: A WORKSHOP

February 9–11, 2009

Embassy Suites Convention Center

900 10th Street, NW

Washington, DC


DAY ONE (February 9)

9:00-9:20

Welcome and opening remarks

 

David N. Sundwall, Utah Department of Health and Planning Committee Chair

Marcia Brand, Health Resources and Services Administration (Project Sponsor)

Len Finocchio, California HealthCare Foundation (Project Sponsor)

9:20-9:50

KEYNOTE: The Connection Between Oral Health and Overall Health and Well-Being

 

Caswell A. Evans, Jr., University of Illinois at Chicago, College of Dentistry



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Appendix A Workshop Agenda THE U.S. ORAL HEALTH WORKFORCE IN THE COMING DECADE: A WORKSHOP February 9–11, 2009 Embassy Suites Convention Center 900 10th Street, NW Washington, DC DAY ONE (February 9) Welcome and opening remarks 9:00-9:20 Daid N. Sundwall, Utah Department of Health and Planning Committee Chair Marcia Brand, Health Resources and Serices Administration (Project Sponsor) Len Finocchio, California HealthCare Foundation (Project Sponsor) KEYNOTE: The Connection Between Oral Health and 9:20-9:50 Overall Health and Well-Being Caswell A. Eans, Jr., Uniersity of Illinois at Chicago, College of Dentistry 

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4 THE U.S. ORAL HEALTH WORKFORCE CURRENT ORAL HEALTH NEEDS AND THE STATUS 9:50-11:30 OF ACCESS TO CARE Panel moderator: Shelly Gehshan, Pew Center on the States • Early Life Cycle: Shelly Gehshan, Pew Center on the States • Older Adults and Disabled Persons: Michael J. Helgeson, Apple Tree Dental • Rural Populations: Diane Brunson, Uniersity of Colorado, School of Dental Medicine • Indian Health Service: Patrick Blahut, Indian Health Serice, Diision of Oral Health • African American Populations: Hazel J. Harper, National Dental Association • Hispanic Populations: Francisco Ramos-Gomez, UCLA, School of Dentistry 11:30-12:00 BREAK CURRENT DEMOGRAPHICS AND FUTURE TRENDS 12:00-2:30 OF THE ORAL HEALTH WORKFORCE The Dental Workforce 12:00-1:00 Panel moderator: Elizabeth Mertz, Center for the Health Professions, UCSF • Dentists: Richard W. Valachoic, American Dental Education Association • Dental Hygienists: Ann Battrell, American Dental Hygienists’ Association • Dental Assistants: Cathy J. Roberts, American Dental Assistants Association The Non-Dental Health Care Workforce 1:00-2:30 Panel moderator: Daniel Derksen, Uniersity of New Mexico • Integration with Non-Dental Health Care Providers: Irene V. Hilton, San Francisco Department of Public Health • Medicine—Pediatrics and Family Medicine: Daid M. Krol, Uniersity of Toledo Russell Maier, Central Washington Family Medicine

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 APPENDIX A • Nursing: Caroline Dorsen, New York Uniersity College of Nursing Donna Shelley, New York Uniersity College of Dentistry 2:30-3:00 BREAK CURRENT DELIVERY SYSTEMS 3:00-4:15 Panel moderator: Marcia Brand, Health Resources and Serices Administration • Private Practice: Wayne R. Wendling, American Dental Association • Community Health Centers: Donald Weaer, Health Resources and Serices Administration • Medicaid-Focused Practices: Burton L. Edelstein, Columbia Uniersity PLANNING COMMITTEE OPEN DISCUSSION 4:15-5:00 Planning committee members will reflect on the day and engage in discussion with the audience. Panel moderator: Daid N. Sundwall (Chair), Utah Department of Health • Marcia Brand, Health Resources and Serices Administration • Daniel Derksen, Uniersity of New Mexico • Len Finocchio, California HealthCare Foundation • Shelly Gehshan, Pew Center on the States • Elizabeth Mertz, Center for the Health Professions, UCSF DAY TWO (February 10) Overview of Day 8:30-8:45 Daid N. Sundwall, Utah Department of Health and Planning Committee Chair CHALLENGES OF THE CURRENT SYSTEM 8:45-11:00 Education/Training Challenges: 8:45-9:15 Jack Dillenberg, Arizona School of Dentistry & Oral Health Regulatory Challenges: 9:15-10:00 Catherine Dower, Center for the Health Professions, UCSF Gusta P. Chiarello, Federal Trade Commission

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 THE U.S. ORAL HEALTH WORKFORCE 10:00-10:30 Financing Challenges: Craig W. Amundson, HealthPartners 10:30-11:00 Quality Assessment Challenges: James D. Bader, Uniersity of North Carolina 11:00-11:30 KEYNOTE: What are the ethical principles and obligations to increasing access? Brian Dolan, Uniersity of California, San Francisco 11:30-12:00 BREAK LEARNING FROM THE INTERNATIONAL 12:00-1:15 ExPERIENCE Panel moderator: Shelly Gehshan, Pew Center on the States • Daid A. Nash, Uniersity of Kentucky • Julie Satur, Uniersity of Melbourne • Josephus L. M. an den Heuel, Netherlands Institute for Health Serices Research (NIVEL) INCREASING ACCESS THROUGH WORKFORCE 1:15-4:00 STRATEGIES Panel moderator: Len Finocchio, California HealthCare 1:15-2:15 Foundation • Community Dental Health Coordinator: Jane S. Groer, American Dental Association • Dentex: The Dental Health Aide Therapist in Alaska: Ruth Ballweg, MEDEX Northwest, Uniersity of Washington • Oral Health Practitioner: Colleen M. Brickle, Normandale Community College and Metropolitan State Uniersity Panel moderator: Daniel Derksen, Uniersity of New 2:45-4:00 Mexico • Registered Dental Hygienists in Alternative Practice (RDHAP) and Virtual Dental Homes: Paul Glassman, Uniersity of the Pacific School of Dentistry • Oral Health Impact Project: Lawrence B. Caplin, Oral Health Impact Project

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 APPENDIX A • Health Commons: Daniel Derksen, Uniersity of New Mexico • Disease Management: Burton L. Edelstein, Columbia Uniersity PLANNING COMMITTEE OPEN DISCUSSION 4:00-4:30 Planning committee members will reflect on the day and engage in discussion with the audience. Panel moderator: Daid N. Sundwall (Chair), Utah Department of Health • Marcia Brand, Health Resources and Serices Administration • Daniel Derksen, Uniersity of New Mexico • Len Finocchio, California HealthCare Foundation • Shelly Gehshan, Pew Center on the States • Elizabeth Mertz, Center for the Health Professions, UCSF DAY THREE (February 11) Overview of Day 8:30-8:45 Daid N. Sundwall, Utah Department of Health and Planning Committee Chair KEYNOTE: Representative Elijah E. Cummings (D-MD 7th) 8:45-9:15 U.S. House of Representatives REFRAMING THE SYSTEM: WHO WILL PROVIDE 9:15-12:00 LEADERSHIP? Panel moderator: Len Finocchio, California HealthCare 9:15-10:30 Foundation • Marcia Brand, Health Resources and Serices Administration • Amy D. Cober, Florida Department of Health • A. Conan Dais, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Serices • Peter C. Knudson, Utah State Senate (R-UT th) • Tricia M. Leddy, Rhode Island Executie Office of Health and Human Serices 10:30-11:00 BREAK

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8 THE U.S. ORAL HEALTH WORKFORCE 11:00-12:00 Panel moderator: Elizabeth Mertz, Center for the Health Professions, UCSF • Howard Bailit, Uniersity of Connecticut • Frank A. Catalanotto, Uniersity of Florida College of Dentistry • Bruce D. Lesley, First Focus • Mary Otto, former Washington Post staff writer • Michael Scandrett, Halleland Health Consulting— Minnesota Safety Net Coalition PLANNING COMMITTEE OPEN DISCUSSION 12:00-1:00 Planning committee members will reflect on the day and engage in discussion with the audience. Panel moderator: Daid N. Sundwall (Chair), Utah Department of Health • Marcia Brand, Health Resources and Serices Administration • Daniel Derksen, Uniersity of New Mexico • Len Finocchio, California HealthCare Foundation • Shelly Gehshan, Pew Center on the States • Elizabeth Mertz, Center for the Health Professions, UCSF 1:00 ADJOURN