Danielle Apostolon

Danielle Apostolon

Danielle is the Oral Health Value-based Care Training Specialist for the DentaQuest Partnership for Oral Health Advancement. In this role, she creates training programs designed to prepare payers and providers for the transition to value-based care in dentistry as part of the Oral Health Value-based Care (OHVBC) Training Academy. Danielle previously served as the Senior Project Manager for the Safety Net Solutions (SNS) initiative for the past ten years and will bring her experience in conducting in-depth practice analyses of dental clinic management and operations to the OHVBC Training Academy as well as her experience in the development and execution of SNS national training sessions in partnership with the National Network of Oral Health Access (NNOHA), state Primary Care Associations (PCAs), The James B. Edwards School of Dentistry at the Medical University of South Carolina, and various national oral health stakeholders.  In addition to value-based care, she specializes in creating and providing practice management resources, individualized financial/productivity goals, business plans, job descriptions, and providing coaching and motivation. She has presented at various national platforms on the following topics: dental program finances, using data to monitor dental program performance, strategic scheduling, front desk operations, creating a business plan and leadership.

Prior to joining DentaQuest, Danielle worked with multiple organizations, providing fiscal support and accounting expertise, including WB Mason, Spirited Sisters, Oscar Squared and Computerized Bookkeeping, LLC. 

Danielle received her Bachelor of Science in Business Management degree from the University of Phoenix in Arizona.

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Welcome!

The DentaQuest Institute is committed to improving oral health care for all. We are a national, non-profit organization providing clinical care and practice management solutions that help providers improve oral health.

We work with clinical partners across the country to develop and implement more effective approaches to prevent and manage oral disease.