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program. We have very little information about these qualities and characteristics from the practice settings in which the majority of private dentists in this country currently operate. To fill this void in knowledge, a random of sample of practicing dentists could be selected and recruited to participate in a study that employs methods similar to those used in this evaluation. A broad spectrum of key stakeholders could serve as scientific advisors to the project. Using external, objective observers, such a study could assess the clinical technical performance; performance measures; and clinic facilities, policies, and personnel of each participating practice. Such a study would be most illuminating and would inform many of the policy debates that are currently underway.

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