Reports and Publications
Serving Utah's rural and underserved communities.
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PCRH Reports and Publications
The Office of Primary Care and Rural Health (PCRH) works to improve access to quality primary, behavioral, and oral healthcare in rural and underserved communities. PCRH is an office of the Utah Department of Health and Human Services and receives funding from federal grants and state appropriations. PCRH invites you to read our reports and publications to learn more about the healthcare for Utah's rural and underserved communities.
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Adolescent Oral Health Campaign Report, 2022-2023
2022-2023 Annual Report
Talk to your patients about using opioids safely
2021-2022 Annual Report
Adolescent Oral Health Campaign Report, 2021
Utah Primary Care Needs Assessment 2021
2020-2021 Annual Report
The Utah Department of Health (UDOH) Office of Primary Care and Rural Health (OPCRH) is pleased to report our progress toward accomplishing our mission, "collaborating with statewide partners to improve access to quality health care in rural and underserved communities." Despite the challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic, OPCRH responded and made programmatic changes to improve the efficiency and quality of the programs we administer in support of our partners. Download the full 2020-2021 report to read more.
Utah Rural Veteran Needs Assessment 2020
Adolescent Oral Health Campaign Report, 2020
Rural Hospital Administrators Summit 2019
Adolescent Oral Health Campaign Report, 2019
During the 2016–2017 school year, the Oral Health Program (OHP) launched the Adolescent Oral Health Campaign (AOHC). The AOHC is an intervention designed to educate middle and high school aged students about oral health care. The AOHC works
with the vision of encouraging positive oral health behaviors and increasing participation
and utilization of preventive dental services. For the past four school years, the AOHC has targeted middle school and high school health classes in schools along the Wasatch Front.
To avoid confusion, data presented from the 2019-2020 AOHC, will now be referred to as 2019-AOHC.
An Analysis of Utah’s Emergency Department Non-traumatic Dental Visits 2007-2017