Examines how removing non-emergency adult dental services from California's Medicaid program in 2009 affected dental expenditures, utilization for both adults and children, and provider practices, as well as implications for long-term health.
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Title: Eliminating Adult Dental Benefits in Medi-Cal: An Analysis of Impact
Publication date 2011-12-23
Publication Year 2011
California HealthCare Foundation
North America / United States (Western) / California
, dental services
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