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FLORIDA’S STATE ORAL HEALTH ACTION PLAN

FLORIDA’S

STATE ORAL HEALTH

ACTION PLAN

February 2015Bureau of Medicaid ServicesPresented by: Bob Reifinger

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FLORIDA’S STATE ORAL HEALTH ACTION PLAN

Presentation Objectives

At the end of the presentation participants will be able to answer:

What progress is FL making in regards to Medicaid or CHIP eligible children, age 1 through age 20 years, who receive a preventive dental service?Where is FL ranked nationally regarding Medicaid or CHIP eligible

children, age 6 through age 9 years, who receive a dental sealant on a permanent molar tooth?

What is the Florida ‘State Oral Health Action Plan’ and how will it impact the Florida Medicaid oral health program?

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FLORIDA’S STATE ORAL HEALTH ACTION PLAN

Where does Florida rank nationally?

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FLORIDA’S STATE ORAL HEALTH ACTION PLAN

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FLORIDA’S STATE ORAL HEALTH ACTION PLAN

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FLORIDA’S STATE ORAL HEALTH ACTION PLAN

Oral Health Initiative

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) selected a total of five states in the fall of 2014 to participate in a learning collaborative to provide state Medicaid agencies with technical assistance to design, develop and implement a

State Oral Health Action Plan (SOHAP)District of Columbia, Kansas, Michigan, Utah and Florida

Initial collaborative period October 27, 2014 - May 15, 2015

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SOHAP Goals Aimed at meeting CMS’ children’s oral health care improvement goals:

- Increasing the proportion of children ages 1-20

enrolled in Medicaid or CHIP for at least 90

continuous days who receive a preventive dental service by 10 percentage points between FFY 2011 and FFY 2015

- Increasing

the proportion of children ages 6-9 enrolled in Medicaid or CHIP for at least 90

continuous days who receive a

dental sealant

on a

permanent

molar tooth by 10

percentage points

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FLORIDA’S STATE ORAL HEALTH ACTION PLAN

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What’s included in the SOHAP?

Describes and assesses the FL Medicaid dental delivery systemStructure, current workforce participation, dental reimbursement rates, opportunities, and resources (which will improve dental service utilization and identify key barriers to preventive service utilization)

Identifies key drivers of change and interventions needed to meet the CMS goals (using a driver diagram)

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9Sample Driver Diagram

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FLORIDA’S STATE ORAL HEALTH ACTION PLAN

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What’s included in the SOHAP?

Describes and assesses FL’s Medicaid dental delivery system.Structure, current workforce participation, dental reimbursement rates, opportunities, and resources (which will improve dental service utilization and identify key barriers to preventive service utilization)

Identifies key drivers of change and interventions needed to meet the CMS goals (using a driver diagram)

Determines the resources needed to implement the interventionsWhat barriers will we encounter? Potential solutions?

What

technical assistance

will be needed from CMS to overcome these barriers?

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Participants

Florida Agency for Health Care Administration (Medicaid)Florida Dental AssociationFlorida Dental Hygiene Association

Florida Department of HealthFlorida Institute for Health InnovationLiberty Dental Plan

Sunshine State Health Plan11

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Questions?

Thank you for your time!

Contact Information:Bob ReifingerFlorida Agency for Health Care AdministrationPrimary & Preventive Care PolicyRobert.reifinger@ahca.myflorida.com

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