Join the mission to improve the oral health of all Missourians through sound public policy and public awareness!
February 28 & March 1, 2019
Capitol Plaza Hotel, 415 West McCarty Street, Jefferson City, Missouri
Featuring 7 sessions and 2 pre-conference workshops, including -
Conference Sessions on February 28:
Conference Sessions on March 1:
Thanks to the Missouri Primary Care Association for providing CEUs – Special thanks to Karen Dent for her support
Thursday, February 28, 2019
Oral Health Legislative Awareness Event – Feb. 28 – 8 AM – Capitol Building – 3rd floor alcove (optional)
Special Pre-Conference Workshops – Feb. 28 (optional)
8:00 AM - Teledentistry for Providers – Nathan Suter, DDS & Tiffany Grant, RDH (Lincoln Room)
9:30 AM - Being a Medicaid Provider in an Era of Accountability (ADA course) – Dr. Steven Geiermann, Senior Manager, ADA with Dr. Sidney Whitman, Dr. Allen Finkelstein, and Dr. Charlie Czeretak (Lincoln Room)
11:00 AM Check in/on-site registration
12:00 – Conference Begins with Lunch
5:00 PM Oral Health Champion Awards & Networking
6:30 PM MCOH Board Meeting
Dinner on your own.
Friday, March 1, 2019
Sessions begin at 8 AM – breakfast available prior
Conference ends at approximately 1 PM
Students Pay No Registration
The Coalition is allowing students to attend without fee. Thanks to our sponsors for supporting this opportunity!
Conference Registration Includes Individual 2019 Coalition Membership
Parking available on-site at the Capitol Plaza Hotel
You may register by mailing this completed form with your check or online with Visa/Mastercard.
If you experience online registration issues, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks our 2019 Conference Sponsors! Our mission work would be impossible without your support!
Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence win championships. - Michael Jordan
Your sponsorship of this important event will demonstrate your commitment to improving the oral health of Missouri and will help the Coalition continue to make advances in oral health policy, as well as providing your organization with a unique promotional opportunity.
Organizations are welcome to exhibit at the conference. This is a great chance to talk with individuals, showcase existing and new products and services, and increase awareness of your organization.
The Missouri Coalition for Oral Health is accepting abstracts for Poster Presentations. Posters should address issues relevant to population oral health, dental public health and oral health policy.
The Missouri Coalition for Oral Health recognizes the importance of the experience and perspective of people directly impacted by difficulty accessing oral health care. The Consumer Scholarship has been established to encourage community members interested in Missouri’s oral health challenges to attend the conference, and learn from and participate in the discussion.