The “Virtual Dental Home” creates a community-based oral health delivery system in which people receive preventive and simple therapeutic services in community settings such as places where they live or receive educational, social or general health services. It utilizes the latest technology to link practitioners in the community with dentists at a remote office site. The Project demonstrates that Registered Dental Hygienists in Alternative Practice (RDHAP), Registered Dental Hygienists working in Public Health Programs (RDH) and Registered Dental Assistants (RDAs) can provide education, preventive care, minor glass ionomer temporary restorations and triage for patients who might otherwise have difficulty seeing a dentist. And, it links patients back to a dentist in the surrounding area through to receive more complex dental care.
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University of the Pacific uses 269 different technologies from 10 different vendors. They have above average use of several technologies including Skype, Microsoft.NET and Tegile
University of the Pacific uses products from 10 different product categories. They are particularly heavy users of products in Operating Systems, Database Management System, and Software Frameworks.
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