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Forum featuring Allison Taylor, OMPP and Tammy Button, DDS, IU School of Dentistry
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Allison Taylor, Indiana Medicaid Director, FSSA will be discussing Indiana community health centers partnership with FSSA, as well as covering any hot topics for the coming year. Tammy Button, DDS, IU SChool Of Dentistry, will talk about rotational opportunities for fourth year dental students at CHCs.

When: Tuesday, December 19, 2017
10:30 AM
Where: Indiana CPA Society
8250 Woodfield Crossing
Indianapolis, IN  46240
United States
Contact: Jason Bundy
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Indiana Medicaid Director, Allison Taylor will be discussing Medicaid topics, FSSA initiatives for the coming year and what is the role of community health centers.  

Allison Taylor, Medicaid Director, FSSA

An opportunity to discuss FSSA and CHC partnerships. Possible topics include CVO updates, Reconciliation, and FFS claim filing limits.

Prior to being named Medicaid director, Taylor served as FSSA’s general counsel since joining the agency in 2015. She advised health care clients on regulatory compliance, reimbursement and enrollment matters at Indianapolis law firm Hall, Render, Killian, Heath & Lyman. Earlier in her career, Taylor served as policy and legislative director for the Indiana Academy of Family Physicians. Taylor graduated from DePauw University and Indiana University’s Robert H. McKinney School of Law. She is a graduate of the Richard G. Lugar Excellence in Public Service series and serves on the board of the Indianapolis Bar Association’s health and life sciences committee.

Tammy Button, DDS, MSD
Director of Community Based Dental Education
Indiana University School of Dentistry

Title: Community Based Dental Education at Indiana University School of Dentistry

Description:  Community Based Dental Education is a partnership between community clinics and Indiana University School of dentistry that allows fourth year dental students to provide patient care in community based clinical settings.  Indiana University Dental School ran a pilot program of community based rotations in 2015 and is now making this experience a graduation requirement, based upon feedback from the pilot program.  The rotation experience provides real world experience to soon graduating dental students that can have a major impact on how they choose to practice dentistry.