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Hrohsc   (cdss) health regions oral health services committee Hrohsc (cdss) health regions oral health services committee Presentation Transcript

  • (CDSS)HEALTH REGIONS ORAL HEALTH SERVICES COMMITTEE
  • VISION TO PROVIDE LIAISON AND LEADERSHIP FOR CDSS MEMBERS IN THE DELIVERY OF ORAL HEALTH SERVICES IN EACH REGION in cooperation with THE SASK ORAL HEALTH COALITION, ALLIED PROFESSIONALS OTHER STAKEHOLDERS 
  •      HOSPITALS LONG TERM CARE FACILITIES PRIVATE SURGICENTERS PRIVATE HOMES(HOMEBOUND) OTHER?
  •       Long term care Pediatric Care under General Anaesthetic Special Needs Care –Geriatric, Physical, Mental Challenges Oral and Maxillo-Facial Surgery -Cancer, Cleft Lip and Palate Emergency Room -Oro-Facial Emergency -After Hours Call Rosters and Protocols Prevention programs
  •      ENVIRONMENTAL SCANS EXISTING LEGISLATION REVIEW STANDARDS IDENTIFICATION ACCREDITATION OF FACILITIES MONITORING/REPORTING
  •     CHMS SOHO Uof S Studies OTHER REPORTS
  •          DENTAL DISCIPLINES ACT PRACTITIONER STAFF BYLAWS ATTENDING HEALTH PROFFESSIONAL REGS HEALTH FACILITIES LICENSING BIOMEDICAL WASTE MANAGEMENT GUIDE RADIATION HEALTH AND SAFETY ACT CANADA WIDE STANDARDS(Hg) MOU HEALTH FACILITIES LICENSING ACT EMERGENCY MEDICAL AID ACT
  •  CLINICAL STANDARDS -DENTAL SPECIALTY ORGANIZATIONS -ANAESTHESIOLOGY -EXISTING PROVIDERS -OTHER
  •  COMMISSION DENTAL ACCREDITATION CAN.  COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS  COLLEGE OF DENTAL SURGEONS  COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY
  •  Gather ongoing Data  Measure outcomes  Measure Efficacy  Refine Programs and Protocols
  •              Mamawetan Churchill Keewatin Yatthe Athabasca Kelsey Trail Prairie North P. A. Parkland Heartland Saskatoon Sunrise Sun Country Regina Qu’Appelle Five Hills Cypress
  • Athabasca, Keewatin Yatthé, and Mamawetan Churchill River Health Authorities 46% of the province’s area 3.7% of the pop’n 35,000 residents 21 Agency clinics Various delivery models utilizing Dentists, Dental Therapists, Dental Hygienists and Dental Assistants
  • WORKFORCE DENTISTS Kelsey Trail 8 HYGIENISTS THERAPISTS 6 10 ASSISTANTS 38 Prairie North 21 17 32 44 P. A. Parkland 35 17 49 63 Heartland 7 4 7 31 Saskatoon 169 156 42 445 Sunrise 16 17 9 57 Sun Country 16 13 10 53 138 151 44 386 16 30 16 67 14 440 14 425 6 225 57 1241 Regina Qu’Appelle Five Hills Cypress TOTAL
  •   Dr. Gerry Uswak Leslie Topola
  •               Athabasca Cypress Five Hills Heartland Keewatin Yatthé Kelsey Trail Mamawetan Churchill River Prairie North Prince Albert Parkland Regina Qu'Appelle Saskatoon Sun Country Sunrise Total 4 501 542 519 27 486 18 516 552 1,949 2,096 715 899 8,824
  •    General anaesthesia for dental treatment under the age of 14 years is insured in Saskatchewan general anaesthesia is administered to almost 1,800 children under the age of five year for dental treatment in the hospitals Waitlist has decreased dramatically -Audit of waitlists -access to ORs
  •   Almost 70% of special needs patients are referred to hospital based dental clinic more than 90% of patients prefer dentistry in a hospital if available in the region.
  •   Each year approximately 200 special needs children receive dental treatment at the Royal University Hospital 30% of special needs patients were under the age of 18 years,  65% are between the age of 18 to 65  5% were 65 years or older.
  •      Medical Services Plan-$1,997,837 (2008) Interventions for trauma, various diseases and deformities of the oral cavity and face Radiographs (treatment specific) Orthodontic treatment for cleft palate Tooth extraction for medically compromised patients such as requiring heart surgery, total joint replacement, head and neck radiation treatment
  •  ORO-FACIAL TRAUMA  AFTER HOUR DENTAL EMERGENCIES
  •  COMPLEX EMERGENCIES  MVA TRAUMA  SPORTS TRAUMA
  •  DEVELOPMENT  TRIAGE PROTOCOLS  COMMITMENT  COMMUNICATION
  •  Dental Health Education Program  Enhanced Preventive Dental Services Initiative
  • - Program cost $ 1,553,000 - In 2005, there were 19 dental health educators and 10 dental therapist under the DHEP - Dental services provided under this program include disease prevention, oral health promotion, fluoride mouth rinse and fluoride varnish.
  •   $1.4 million in 2011 The objective of the program is to “improve children's oral health and reduce the need for surgery by increasing access to dental care, prevention and education."
  •     $ 9,958,000 Sk. Gov. 2007-08 -at risk children -social assistance recipients -disability assistance recipients $2.953,000 Sk. Gov. -prevention programs $1,997,837 MSP(Sk) (2008) -OMFS interventions $30,000,000 Fed. Gov. FNIHB -Non Insured (Oral) Health Benefits