2013 Medical Home in Pediatrics: The HOW TO Webinar Series

Purpose/Objective
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and its National Center for Medical Home Implementation (NCMHI) are hosting a FREE four part webinar series February through May 2013 on how to effectively deliver care through the medical home model. Building on the success of two previous medical home webinar series (2009 and 2011), the NCMHI will provide engaging educational “how to” presentations focused on several important facets of pediatric care delivery, including empowering youth, reducing health disparities, using data to improve quality, and employing best practices in family-centered care. The webinars will feature expert faculty and provide targeted information and tools; they will feature new products from the NCMHI such as updated state profiles in the Medical Home Data Portal, promising practices regarding language access services, and a new family-centered care monograph.

Audience
Pediatric primary care providers, specialists, patient and family advocates, policy administrators, and anyone wanting to advance the medical home model for all children and youth

Webinar Series Schedule
How to Engage Youth in their Health Care
Date/Time: Wednesday, February 27, 2013— 12 to 1pm (Central)
This webinar will provide practical examples of how primary care pediatric providers can support youth to understand their role and responsibilities regarding managing their health care needs, especially as they transition from pediatric to adult care. It will also highlight the partnership between the pediatrician and parents or guardians in preparing youth for this transition prior to the actual transfer of care.

Webinar Materials
Webinar Audio/Video Recording WMV
Webinar Presentation PPT
Participant Q&A

Co-sponsored by Got Transition—the National Health Care Transition Center
Faculty:
Kitty O'Hare, MD, Boston Children's Hospital's Martha Eliot Health Center
Justin Thompson
Teresa Nguyen


Moderator:
Carl Cooley, MD, FAAP, Medical Director, Got Transition the National Health Care Transition Center

How to Enhance Care Delivery for a Diverse Population
Date/Time: Wednesday, March 27, 2013—12 to 1pm (Central)
Understanding cultural issues is an important component of providing quality health care in the medical home as the US ethnic and racial make-up is changing. Faculty for this webinar will discuss how to provide culturally competent care to patients and families, especially those with limited English proficiency or from immigrant families. Promising practices in the delivery of language access services will also be highlighted.

Webinar Materials
Webinar Audio/Video Recording WMV
Webinar Presentation PPT

Participant Q&A

Co-sponsored by the National Center for Cultural Competence
Faculty:
Dwight Yoder, MD, Pediatric Partners of Mobile AL
Diane Dooley, MHS, MD, Contra Costa Regional Medical Center


Moderator:
Colleen Kraft, MD, FAAP, Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine and Research Institute
How to Use Data to Improve Care Delivery
Date/Time: Thursday, April 25, 2013—12 to 1pm (Central)
Data on children's health can be a powerful tool to educate stakeholders, inform decision makers, and motivate and track improvement of children's health care delivery in practice. Faculty for this webinar will describe how to access and use valuable national and state data sets, including those available through the Medical Home Data Portal, an online resource with state-by-state summaries and across-state comparisons on children's access to a medical home using standardized data from the National Survey of Children's Health and National Survey of Children with Special Health Care Needs. Participants will learn how to use data to improve care at their practice by hearing the experience of faculty involved in a state CHIPRA demonstration project.

Webinar Materials
Webinar Audio/Video Recording WMV
Webinar Presentation PPT
Participant Q&A

Co-sponsored by the Child and Adolescent Health Measurement Initiative

Faculty:
Christy Bethell, PhD, MPH, MBA, Director, The Child and Adolescent Health Measurement Initiative
RJ Gillespie, MP, MHPE, FAAP, Medical Director for the Oregon Pediatric Improvement Partnership


Moderator:
Linda L Lindeke, PhD, RN, CNP, Director of Graduate Studies, School of Nursing University of Minnesota
How To Incorporate Best Practices in Family Centered Care in Your Practice
Date/Time:Wednesday May 29, 201312 to 1pm (Central)
This webinar will provide participants with a clear description of family-centered care and highlight case studies that showcase effective strategies in delivering that care through practice improvements such as greater use of health information technology, enhanced access to medical professional staff outside regular office hours, feedback mechanisms capturing patient/family experience with care, and including families on advisory boards and as staff. A recently published monograph by the NCMHI will also be highlighted, which features case studies focusing on 17 pediatric practices nominated by their peers or patients as exemplary patient- and family-centered medical homes.

Webinar Materials

Webinar Audio/Video Recording WMV
Webinar Presentation PPT
Participant Q&A


Faculty:
Rebecca A. Malouin, PhD, MPH
Michigan State University

Javier Aceves, MD, FAAP
Young Children's Health Center, Albuquerque, NM

Joseph Pringle, Jr., MD, FAAP
Shannon Huffman, Family Centered Health Navigator
Debbi Kennerson-Webb, MA, LPA
North Carolina Project Launch

Moderator:
Lee Partridge
National Partnership for Women and Families

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