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Need for dental access persists across state

Hutchinson — What Hutchinson will witness when the Kansas Mission of Mercy takes place Feb. 9-10 on the Kansas State Fairgrounds will be an outpouring of charity by those providing free dental treatme... read more

Need for dental access persists in Kansas

What Hutchinson will witness when the Kansas Mission of Mercy takes place Feb. 9-10 on the Kansas State Fairgrounds will be an outpouring of charity by those providing free dental treatment. Also visi... read more

New Approaches In Medicaid: Work Requirements, Health Savings Accounts, And Health Care Access

18 In Kansas, debate over expanding Medicaid continues, and the state is considering imposing work requirements for both the expansion and traditional Medicaid populations. The objectives of our study ... read more

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‘I Just Want My Teeth Not To Hurt’: Treating Kids Who May Never Have Seen A Dentist

According to a needs assessment conducted in 2000, the second-biggest need in the Northland ... both in their North Kansas City office and through mobile clinic visits to about 40 area schools. Access ... read more


Former health secretary advocates for dental therapists

Sullivan appeared before the Legislature’s interim human services committee to advocate for allowing dental therapists to practice in North Dakota, which he says will help alleviate strain on dentists ... read more

Our View: Dental school a health priority

Organizers said that although the clinic provides necessary services, it also highlights a “significant problem”: that too many people are unable to access the dental care they need in Missouri ... Th... read more

Miles of Smiles continues mission to improve children’s dental care in the Northland

May has served as director since 2002 when the agency was founded as an expansion of Northland Health Care Access ... extractions and dental sealants. A team will spend several days, up to a week or m... read more

First dental students in decades to train in St. Louis

creating a need to educate more dental providers. There are 64 dental schools in the U.S. compared to 150 medical schools. Two-thirds of registered dentists in Missouri are graduates of the state’s on... read more

Medical debt is ‘financially crippling’ families in Kansas, Missouri

In Kansas, about 2,600 adults and minors were included. The survey answers point to problems with access to dental and mental health care ... “It’s preventing them from getting the treatment that they ... read more

Phone Lines are Open to Schedule Appointments for Free Health Care Clinic Event in Kansas City, Missouri

"There is still a great need for access to health care in ... primary medical and dental care and to be connected to the area's safety-net providers." The NAFC will sponsor the Clinic in Kansas City. ... read more

17 ideas for you to prioritize to help address the opioid crisis

As long as stigma persists ... access to ongoing education about addiction. Address provider recruitment, shortages, retention and burnout. Graduates from local social work, medical, nursing, dental, ... read more



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