Colo. Medicaid dental expansion may be stunted by access issues
Almost half a million Coloradans are expected to gain dental benefits under Medicaid by 2016. That doesn’t mean they’ll be able to see a dentist. Two state policy changes rolling out next year are intended to improve access to oral health care for low-income Coloradans. The Legislature earlier this year voted to expand Medicaid’s dental benefits to adults — it now only covers children for most kinds of care. Click here to read the full article by Kristin Jones, I-News at Rocky Mountain PBS.