This article reviews the international literature on community-based interventions aiming to improve the oral health of Indigenous adolescents and identify which demonstrate a positive impact.
This paper provides the first evidence on the determinants of uptake of two recent public dental benefit programs for Australian children and adolescents from disadvantaged families.
This audit examines whether the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) and Dental Health Services Victoria (DHSV) have effectively implemented the recommendations made in a previous audit (2016) and addressed the underlying issues that led to them.
This report presents information on oral health outreach services provided to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and young people in the Northern Territory.
A preliminary model for Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) in Australia has been developed to foster savings for health care across all income groups in a way that is particularly attractive to those not accessing or benefitting from general treatment cover.
This briefing paper focusses on funding reforms for public dental health services that will be required to achieve value-based health care in Australia.
Australia's peak body for social services has released its health election policy priorities, designed to reduce the worst service gaps in health care for people on low incomes, and end some of the waste in the system.
Removing financial barriers to dental care would improve Australians’ oral health. This report suggests how to fill the dental gap in our health system.