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Dental Service Organizations Benefit Low-Income Communities

A new analysis by the Pacific Research Institute finds that Dental Service Organizations (DSOs) create a win-win solution for consumers and taxpayers by providing important, efficient and effective health services to people who have historically lacked access to care, ultimately at a lower cost to the taxpayer. The study, “The Benefits Created by Dental Service Organizations” is co-authored by Wayne Winegarden, Ph.D., senior fellow of business and economics at the Pacific Research Institute and Partner at Arduin, Laffer & Moore Econometrics and Donna Arduin, President of Arduin, Laffer & Moore Econometrics.

“Dental Service Organizations exemplify the types of health care benefits private sector firms can create – but only if the policy environment does not impede their contributions,” said Dr. Winegarden. “DSOs can effectively provide dental services to lower income Americans who would otherwise not receive regular dental care.” Read more…

 

 

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