Date(s) - 04/20/2018
DoubleTree by Hilton Princeton
When: Friday, April 20, 2018
Contact: Stephanie Gee
Member Registration Fee: $100
Non-Member Registration Fee: $150
Loretta V. Bush, MSHA
Chief Executive Officer
Michigan Primary Care Association
Session: The Making of a Movement: Michigan CHCs Adopting Routine Testing and Saving Lives
Loretta V. Bush is the Chief Executive Officer of Michigan Primary Care Association. She joined MPCA with more than 25 years of leadership and management experience in health and human services, government and nonprofit organizations. Loretta has extensive experience in addressing the complex health issues of the uninsured, underinsured and vulnerable populations, and is on a self-exclaimed lifelong mission to protect and improve the health status of Michigan residents. In addition to her leadership and management experience, Bush’s public and population health background lead her to develop a curriculum for HIV/AIDS prevention and care and then to Ethiopia, where she trained Ethiopian officials on methods to help stem the HIV/AIDS public health crisis on the African continent. Bush has received numerous awards for her dedication, leadership and service in the field of healthcare including the Governor’s Council on Physical Fitness, Health & Sports for Promoting Active Communities; the Harriet Tubman Award for Outstanding Service on Behalf of Women; Outstanding and Innovative Leader in the field of HIV/AIDS Education, and a special tribute from the State of Michigan for the work of the Institute for Population Health.
Dr. Bob Russell, DDS, MPH
Public Health Dental Director
Bureau Chief of the Oral & Health Delivery Systems Bureau
Iowa Department of Public Health.
Session: Medical/Dental Integration: The Final Frontier, to Boldly Go Where Few Have Gone Before
Workshop: Why Sealants are the Superheroes of Dental CareBob Russell is the Bureau Chief of the Oral & Health Delivery Systems Bureau for the Iowa Department of Public Health. His many accomplishments include publishing a dental training manual for Federally Qualified Health Centers and the development of a statewide dental care coordination and promotions campaign (I-Smile). The I-Smile campaign effectively utilizes dental hygienists and primary health care providers to increase access to oral health care and prevention for Medicaid and uninsured children. Dr. Russell received his dental training at Loyola University of Chicago School of Dentistry and public health training at the University of Michigan School of Public Health. He serves on several State and National Board of Directors including the National Network for Oral Health Access, the Delta Dental of Iowa Foundation; and he is a former board member of the Association of State and Territorial Dental Directors and the Federal Health and Human Services Advisory Committee on Training in Primary Care Medicine and Dentistry.
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