September 20, 2019
by ADA News
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Health Resources and Services Administration announced Sept. 18 an $85-million effort to expand oral health services at 298 health centers.
The investments, which the agency called “first of their kind,” will focus on oral health infrastructure and will enable HRSA-funded health centers to “provide new, or enhance existing, oral health services,” HRSA said in a news release.
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