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Our time to lead

Rosenberg, Linda
PMID: 17500337
ISSN: 1931-7093
CID: 153387

Addressing a national tragedy

Rosenberg, Linda
PMID: 17233374
ISSN: 1931-7093
CID: 153386

Improving our workforce

Rosenberg, Linda
PMID: 17121268
ISSN: 1931-7093
CID: 153385

We're not ready for P4P

Ingoglia, Charles; Rosenberg, Linda
PMID: 17086849
ISSN: 1931-7093
CID: 153384

Early plan redesigns raise concerns

Ingoglia, Charles; Rosenberg, Linda
PMID: 16961040
ISSN: 1931-7093
CID: 153383

The money woes in Medicaid managed care states

Jarvis, Dale; Rosenberg, Linda
PMID: 16833210
ISSN: 1931-7093
CID: 153382

Best Practices: New York state's campaign to implement evidence-based practices for people with serious mental disorders

Carpinello, Sharon E; Rosenberg, Linda; Stone, James; Schwager, Marian; Felton, Chip J
PMID: 11821545
ISSN: 1075-2730
CID: 153376

Mobile health units. Design and implementation considerations

Murphy, D C; Klinghoffer, I; Fernandez-Wilson, J B; Rosenberg, L
The decision to provide health care services with a mobile van is one which educational and service facilities are increasingly pursuing. The benefits include: The potential to increase the availability of services to underserved populations where access to care is perceived to be one reason for underuse of available services. The opportunity to increase and broaden the educational experiences of students in a training program. The opportunity to develop a sense of social responsibility in the health care provider. The process of deciding to pursue a van purchase is complicated, and administrators may best be served by obtaining experienced consultants to help them fully comprehend the issues involved. After the decision to purchase a mobile unit is made, it is necessary to focus on van requirements and design to meet federal, state, and city codes concerning motor vehicles and health requirements. Some modifications of one's standard practices are needed because of these codes. Being aware of them in advance will allow a smooth project completion. This article provides information about some of the steps required to implement a mobile unit. The approximate time from initial concept to van delivery was 1 year, with one fully dedicated project coordinator working to assure the project's success in such a short time frame. Seeing the gratified personnel and students who serve the children on the 'Smiling Faces, Going Places' Mobile Dental Van of the NYUCD (see Figure 2), and knowing the children would otherwise not have received such services, allows the health care professionals involved to feel the development of this van is an exciting mechanism for delivery of health care to individuals who would otherwise go without
PMID: 11760318
ISSN: 0891-0162
CID: 153164

Localized deficient root development associated with taurodontism: case report [Case Report]

Kosinski, R W; Chaiyawat, Y; Rosenberg, L
Dentinal dysplasia type I (DDI) is a rare disturbance in dentin formation. This case report illustrates different radiographic features from other reported DDI cases in that only one quadrant (lower right posterior teeth) has the characteristic of DDI and both right and left upper molars exhibit taurodontism. This finding might be a variation of DDI. However, it is possible that this type of developmental defect could occur because of regionalized abnormalities in cellular function and proliferation as occurs in regional odontodysplasia.
PMID: 10355016
ISSN: 0164-1263
CID: 1329292

Analysis of cariogenic organisms in infants using nutritive/non-nutritive pacifiers [Meeting Abstract]

Rosenberg, LR; Linke, HAB; Fernandez, JB; Riba, H; Moss, SJ
ISSN: 0022-0345
CID: 152688