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  1. Primary Care 2004-2005 • Comprehensive Care Clinics

  2. Primary Care

  3. Strategic Plan • The Ohio State University College of Dentistry aspires to be the nation’s standard setter for education, research, patient care, advocacy and service in the field of oral health.

  4. Education Research Outreach Strategic Plan Vision Patient Care

  5. Patient Care • THE PATIENT’S SAFETY, HEALTH OR WELFARE SHALL BE PROTECTED AND SHALL NOT BE SUBORDINATED TO ORGANIZATIONAL, STAFF, EDUCATIONAL OR RESEARCH INTERESTS OR TO ANY OTHER END.

  6. Vision • Proposed 3-year process • Year 1: 2003 • Junior/Senior Clinic, D1 • D1 Class Early Clinic • Year 2: 2004 • Screening • D2 Early Clinic • Grading • Patient Contract/Payment Plan • Year 3: 2005 • Faculty Incentive Program

  7. Related Changes • Patient Management • Complex Case Managers • Case Presentations • Quarters Switched • Implant Prosthetics • Info to Students/Faculty • Senior Electives • Minimal Invasive Dentistry • EFDA Clinic • Infection Control

  8. Screening Dr Joan Iannucci Haring Director • Faculty • Dr. Williams • Dr. O’Neil • Dr. Tuckerman • Dr. Kline

  9. Screening • Bays 60-69 • Form • Protocol

  10. Objectives Patient Care • Establish a consistent, progressive dental curriculum providing graduated and integrated didactic and clinical learning experiences though all four years. Early Clinic Program

  11. Early Clinic Program Wed AM Fr Class

  12. D1 Early Clinic • Dr. Hilary Soller • Fall, Winter, Spring

  13. D2 Class Early Clinic • Dr. Mary Baechle • Fall, Winter, Spring

  14. Objectives Patient Care • Establish clear, consistent expectations for faculty, staff, and student performance in all areas. • Grading • Junior clinic • Dependence →Independence • Senior Clinic • Production, practice and time management • Evaluations

  15. Clinics Demonstration Dependence >> Independence Production

  16. Grading • Committee • Dr. Sharples • Dr. Schied • Dr. Knobloch • Dr. Soller

  17. Grading • Proposed Changes • D3 Clinics • Grade Form • Self Evaluation • Demo • Production

  18. Grading • Categories • 4 = Near perfect • 3 = Minor improvement required/ reasonable instructor assistance • 2 = Minimally acceptable / requires too much instructor assistanceUnsatisfactory • U = Unacceptable (or would have been unacceptable without instructor intervention) • Demo = Instructor performed

  19. Grading • Production • Quarterly • Production/half day • 5% of grade Jr • 10% Sr • Top 3rd = A • Middle 3rd = B • Bottom 3rd = C

  20. Objectives Patient Care • Make measurable improvements in patient satisfaction and experience. • Decrease treatment time (daily, case) • Patient contract • Parking

  21. Objectives Patient Care • Enhance productivity • Increase patient pool • Screening • Senior clinic • Payment plan

  22. Patient Contract • Associate Deans • >$500 • Monthly Payments • 1-2 yrs

  23. Related Changes • Case Managers • Complex Prosthodontics • Dr. El-Gendy • Dr. Villarroel

  24. Related Changes • Case Presentations • D3: Dr. Baechle • Move to Spring 2005 • Compress to 2-3 days • D4: Dr. Halket • Move to Winter 2005 • Compress to 2-3 days

  25. Related Changes • Implant Prosthodontics • Dr. McGlumphy • D3/D4 Directors • Treatment Plans (Case Managers) • Graduation Requirement

  26. Related Changes • Senior Elective • Minimal Invasive Dentistry • D4: Dr. Sharples • Spring 2005 • Friday PM

  27. Related Changes • EFDA Clinic • Drs Scheid and Soller • D4 Students

  28. Related Changes • Infection Control • Brenda Caudill, RDA, EFDA • 2003-04: D3 Students • B. Caudill & Ronda Bowie, RDA • 2004-05