1.a. It is recommended that primary care providers provide some basic dental care. Argue for and against this recommendation. b. If you were the head of a weak hospital with a high reliance on DSH payments, what financial options could you consider to make sure your hospital survives? c. How would you organize a dental curriculum to ensure that dental students are exposed to the dental safety net? d. What are the most important elements that you would include in a teledentistry program?
D. What incentive plan would you design to increase dental treatment for pregnant mothers in the safety net? E. Suppose that a community health clinic had a small amount of money to expand its dental services ($10,000); how would you prioritize those funds in terms of how they are spent?F. F. Find an innovative program or model that is currently being used to increase dental access or outcomes in another country. You may not use any examples from the readings. Attach the article or summarize it, but you must provide a reference.
1. What is your opinion of how people with mental health conditions are treated in society? 2. If the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act is fully implemented, what do you predict the outcomes would be for people with mental health conditions? 3. Is it better to universally screen for one, or a few, particular mental health conditions or use targeted screening. Argue for one method.
Describe American’s Well’s idea for a direct-to-consumer offering. Why are the founders contemplating the DTC offering? What are the arguments for and against such an offering for American Well? What is your opinion of the offering? **Please answer in detail and provide references!!**
Choose a nonclinical situation at work where something went wrong. Dissect it using a root-cause analysis structure to identify what went wrong and discuss how you might ensure that it doesn’t happen again.