Advocating for Access to Medically Necessary Oral Health Care
The Consortium Applauds Regulatory Proposal
Action proposed by CMS would further clarify Medicare payment for medically necessary oral and dental care, delivering much-needed support to Medicare beneficiaries with cancer.
The Consortium Applauds Regulatory Action
New Medicare policy will directly and meaningfully impact in the lives of many Medicare beneficiaries and opens the door to annual expansion of vital medically necessary coverage.
The Santa Fe Group Submits Nomination
Coverage of inextricably linked and substantially related oral health care services will make possible unprecedented progress in the management of certain cancers and diabetes.
The Sjögren’s Foundation Submits Nomination
Medically necessary dental care will enable individuals with systemic autoimmune disease to achieve better health outcomes and reduce the disease burden on their families.
The Medicare program and all its beneficiaries should not be without the vital clinical and fiscal benefits of coverage for medically necessary oral/dental health therapies
Community Statement - Consortium for Medically Necessary Oral Health Coverage