Telehealth project aids at-risk dental patients

A group of 11 healthcare centers are participating in a telehealth initiative that will bring preventative dental care to more than 2,000 California residents, HealthyCal reports, including children from low-income households and individuals who are elderly or disabled. The California Medicaid Management Information Services reported that just 27 percent of children who are eligible for Medi-Cal received dental care in 2011. Article

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