16. Integrated services


16. Oral health services for people with disabilities should be integrated both with general oral health and non-oral health services

 

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16 Oral health services for people with disabilities should be integrated both with general oral health and non-oral health services n=7 27.4 93.7
16.1 Oral health services for people with disabilities should integrated within the dental profession, for example through close working relationships between hospital and community based services 19 100 Top
16.2 Oral health services should be based on integrated services 24 98 High
16.3 Oral health services should be Integrated with general healthcare, for example by including dental with medical reviews 26 94 High
16.4 Dental care for people with disabilities should be the priority of oral health services in Ireland 28 94 High
16.5 Oral health services should be integrated with social care and allied health providers 29 91 High
16.6 Oral health services for people with disabilities should be integrated within routine oral health services 30 94 High
16.7 Oral health services should be coordinated with general health services, for example by using designated coordinators 36 85 High

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