July 2009 Pediatric Practice Management Coding Event!

t’s official – go sign up.  Space is limited.  Similar to our previous endeavors but two days, a lot of content, and the largest collection of pediatric practices in one place all year long.  The best part -it’s at Disney, you bring your family!

It’s also substantially cheaper than other events held at the same location (or elsewhere) around the same time…


PCC is pleased to announce that this summer’s Pediatric Coding & Practice Management Conference will take place at Walt Disney World® Resort, Florida from July 23-24 2009.

We are planning an exciting conference packed with pediatric practice
management education in a fun-filled learning environment. Mark your
calendars or begin to plan your trip to Walt Disney World® Resort now.

New! Register Now!


I’d also like to call attention to these archived teleconferences about the Medical Home model that everyone with interest in this issue should listen to:

 

Medical Home Implementation Teleconference Series

 

The American Academy of Pediatrics is hosting a free
teleconference series to provide child health professionals with
practical strategies for implementing medical home in practice. These
informative calls will be led by nationally recognized experts with the
goal of educating participants about the value of the family-centered
primary care medical home for all children and youth, the availability
of practical tools and resources, and will provide strategies for
improving care and increasing patient/family satisfaction. Note: Calls 3,4, and 5 will be held in a Webinar format to accommodate the demand for additional participation. 

 

Presentations and podcasts are now available online for the first call (held on March 3rd) at http://www.medicalhomeinfo.org/training/archivescall1.html and the second call (held on March 25th) at http://www.medicalhomeinfo.org/training/archivescall2.html. Descriptions of the calls are listed below:

 

Call #1: Implementing Medical Home for all Children and Youth
Featured Speakers:
Vera Fan Tait, MD, FAAP; Associate Executive Director, American Academy of Pediatrics

Jeanne McAllister, BSN, MS, MHA; Director, Center for Medical Home Improvement (CMHI); Crotched Mountain Foundation, New Hampshire; AAP Medical Home Implementation Toolkit, Lead Consultant

By the end of this event, participants will be able to:

– Learn about essential tools to have in your practice that provide successful Medical Home for all children and youth;

–  Understand how those tools can help your practice pass Level 1 of the National Committee on Quality Assurance (NCQA) standards

 

 

Call #2: Improving Communication and Co-management Between Specialty Providers and the Medical Home

Featured Speakers:
Chris Stille, MD, MPH, FAAP;
Co-Principal Investigator with the American Academy of Pediatrics and
the Shriners Hospitals for Children Project; Assoc Professor, UMass
Medical School, Worcester, MA
Jennifer Lail, MD, FAAP; Chapel Hill Pediatrics and Adolescents, PA, Chapel Hill, NC
Donald Lighter, MD, MBA, FAAP, FACHE; Vice President for Quality at WellCare, Inc

 

By the end of this event, participants will be able to:


Discuss the importance of primary and specialty care collaboration in
the provision of comprehensive, family-centered care provided in the
medical home.
– Describe the benefits of enhancing communication in the continuity between health systems.

Identify 3 practical approaches to enhance communication and
co-management and their potential applications for improved chronic
condition management in their practice.

 

For additional information about the teleconference series, please visit: http://www.medicalhomeinfo.org/training/archives.html

Thanks, Siouxsie, for that info.

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