MCNA Dental sets up shop at Nebraska Innovation Campus

Nebraska Innovation Campus


Posted October 30, 2017 | View original publication

Nebraska Innovation Campus has announced a new partner. Dan Duncan, NIC’s executive director, said MCNA Dental recently moved into its office space on the campus.

MCNA Dental is a leading dental benefits manager committed to providing high-quality services to state agencies and managed care organizations for their Medicaid, Children’s Health Insurance Program and Medicare members. They serve about 4 million children and adults in Nebraska, Texas, Louisiana, Florida, Iowa and Idaho, with operations to begin soon in Arkansas.

MCNA Dental offers services and an information technology infrastructure tailored to achieve the quality and operational goals of the Medicaid Dental Program. MCNA joins a diverse list of more than 30 partners, both public and private entities, at NIC.

“We appreciate the opportunity to work with MCNA Dental on developing innovative solutions for dental service delivery for Nebraskans,” Duncan said.

Throughout the country, MCNA Dental routinely coordinates with dental schools to provide utilization management services, including clinical review carried out by licensed dentists.

“We are excited to open our Nebraska office at NIC. Our entire team is committed to the success of the Nebraska Medicaid Dental Program and improving access to vital dental care and services across the State,” said Dr. Scott Wieting, executive director of MCNA Dental.

NIC is a research campus designed to facilitate new and in-depth partnerships between the university and private-sector businesses. At full build-out, NIC will be a 2.2-million square-foot campus with uniquely designed buildings and amenities that inspire creative activity and engagement, transforming ideas into global innovation. For more information, click here.

Tetrad Property Group is the private-sector development partner for NIC. TPG provides a full range of development services for the campus, including master planning, construction management, leasing and property management. For more information, click here.


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