To advance oral health care by identifying effective and cost-efficient guidelines for treatment, access, and delivery, and to promote best practices by serving as a central resource for shared knowledge and collaboration to benefit the dental profession, dental industry, and the public they serve.
2014 IOH Conference: Register Early & Save
In 2014, Institute for Oral Health is exploring key influences on the future of the dental profession such as genomics, using "big data" analytics to improve research and clinical guidelines, and personalized health care based on social, economic, demographic, and health risk factors. We'll also track how market forces and the roll out of the Affordable Care Act will impact oral health care delivery. Learn more >
Keynotes & Featured Speakers Announced!
Harold Slavkin, DDS
Explore & Share on Innovation Central
Check out our online sharing resource —Innovation Central— spotlighting the latest advancements to improve oral health care. You'll find articles, videos, and whitepapers on advances shaping the future of dentistry.
We welcome you to share your innovative research and best practices. Contact us today!
Worth Reading: Book by 2012 Keynote Speaker
Clayton M. Christensen
Best-selling author and professor at Harvard Business School, Clayton Christensen, explains how "disruptive innovation" can transform the health care system.
"Healthcare becomes affordable and accessible not by hoping that current providers become cheap, but through technology to provide better care —enabling lower cost venues of care and lower cost caregivers to do more sophisticated things."
New Horizons for Oral Health
The Influence of Emerging Science
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