What does SF DTI LDPP stand for?
SF DTI LDPP stands for San Francisco Dental Transformation Initiative Local Dental Pilot Project.
WhO is the lead entity for the SF DTI LDPP?
San Francisco Department of Public Health serves as the lead entity of the SF DTI LDPP.
Who are the partners of the sf dti ldpp?
San Francisco Department of Public Health is partnering with: AFL Enterprises, APA Family Support Services, Carecen, Cavity Free SF, NICOS Chinese Health Coalition, San Francisco Community Clinic Consortium, San Francisco Dental Society, San Francisco Unified School District, and UCSF on the SF DTI LDPP.
What are the five pilots under SF DTI LDPP?
What is the duration of the SF DTI LDPP?
SF DTI LDPP is a four-year long project, and it will run from Jul 2017 through Dec 2020.
How much funding is SF DTI LDPP receiving?
SF DTI LDPP will receive $5.8 million over the four years of the project.
what is the background of sf dti ldpp?
SF DTI LDPP is based on and informed by the San Francisco Children Oral Health Strategic Plan and the strategies of Cavity Free SF. In particular, the strategies around Access, Integration, Promotion, and Evaluation inform the project activities and the pilots under the SF DTI LDPP.
who is the target population?
Our target population is the approximately 14,300 low-income San Francisco children ages 0 through 5 years who are Denti-Cal beneficiaries.
why this target population?
Recent data from comprehensive screening of kindergarteners in the San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD) and the Community Health Assessment conducted by SFDPH in 2016 has shown that untreated tooth decay rates and caries experience rates are increasing, from 32.1% in 2013 to 34.9% in 2015. Even more distressing, there are deep disparities in caries experience rates by race/ethnicity, with our children of color carrying the biggest burden of caries.
i am a parent of a medi-cal beneficiary 0-5 years old. how can I get involved?
As the parent of a Medi-Cal beneficiary 0-5, know that your child can receive free dental preventive services through Denti-Cal. You can find list of Medi-Cal dental providers in San Francisco here. You can also learn more about the dental practices and Federally Qualified Health Centers participating in the SF DTI LDPP here.
i am a primary care provider. How can I get involved?
As a primary care provider, or a staff at a primary care practice, you can participate in the Interprofessional Collaborative Practice under Pilot 4 to learn skills and knowledge to become an oral health champion for the patients you serve. You can contact Christina Nip, DTI Program Coordinator at: email@example.com for more information.
i am a dental provider. how can I get involved?
As a dental service provider or a staff of a dental practice, you can participate in the Access Collaborative under Pilot 1 and receive quality improvement support for your dental practice to better serve Medi-Cal beneficiaries 0-5 years old at no cost. To support participation, dental practices will receive a scholarship for participation in the Collaborative. Please contact Christina Nip, DTI Program Coordinator at: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
i am a community based organization. how can I get involved?
SF DTI LDPP is partnering with Cavity Free SF and the Children’s Oral Health Community Taskforces in underserved neighborhoods in the city. As a community based organization, you can potentially offer valuable insights into the oral health of the community you serve. You can learn more about the work of Cavity Free SF or about the community taskforces here. You can also subscribe here to our quarterly newsletter to stay informed on SF DTI LDPP updates.
i am from a city department in san francisco. how can I get involved?
SF DTI LDPP is based on the foundational work of the Children’s Oral Health Strategic Plan and Cavity Free SF which is based on the principal of collective impact. If you serve children and families in San Francisco and have ideas on ways to partner, you can reach out to Christina Nip, DTI Program Coordinator at: email@example.com. You can also subscribe here to our quarterly newsletter to stay informed on SF DTI LDPP updates.
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i have more questions. who can I contact?