2013 IOH National Conference
The Impact of Policy on Oral Health Care Delivery
September 12-13, 2013 in Washington, D.C.
This year's conference explores how the dental profession is evolving to emphasize the importance of oral health throughout the life span, and how we can drive policy changes to support that. We'll focus on the economic impact of untreated oral health across aging adults, as well as underserved and special needs populations, and look at innovative delivery models for getting care to those in need.
REGISTER EARLY & SAVE!
Date & Location
Thursday, SEPT 12 - Friday, SEPT 13, 2012
Washington, D.C. ~ Grand Hyatt
Registration and Special Rates
$600 - Register by May 31
$700 - Register after June 1
Includes Day 1 breakfast, lunch, and evening reception; and Day 2 breakfast - plus conference materials.
HOTEL Special Rate - learn more >
BONUS Event - Oral Health America
"Fall for Smiles" Reception
Fall for Smiles "On the Hill" is an annual event hosted by Oral Health America, a national non-profit organization whose mission is to change lives by connecting communities with resources to increase access to oral health care, education, and advocacy for all Americans, especially those most vulnerable. The day-long event invites stakeholders to collaborate to raise awareness about critical oral health needs of the American people, including legislative training and an evening reception.
Institute of Oral Health and Oral Health America invite you to attend the Fall for Smiles reception. Enjoy keynote speeches about older adult oral health care and the opportunity to network with policy makers, oral health thought leaders, and dental industry executives.
WED, SEPT 11, 2013
The Rayburn House Office Building
Gold Room, 2168 (Map)
5:00 - 6:30 pm
To RSVP, please contact Christine Spencer at Christines@oralhealthamerica.org or call 312-836-9900.
Special guest speakers, networking events, and more
Our 2013 IOH Conference will feature compelling guest speakers as well as networking events where you can meet a diverse array of health care professionals and policy makers.
Who Can Benefit
All health care professionals dedicated to making dental care more effective, cost-efficient, and accessible —including providers, policy makers, academia, dental researchers, public health, commercial dental carriers, and employers. Of course, the public is also welcome.