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Using Academic Detailing to Change Child Health Service Delivery in CT: CHDI's EPIC Program (Oct 2011)
This report reviews the literature on academic detailing as a strategy for promoting practice change and describes CHDI's Educating Practices in the Community (EPIC) program.
This EPIC module provides an overview of hearing loss in young children and the importance of early detection and monitoring.
This EPIC module provides simple instructions for incorporating behavioral health screening into routine primary care practice.
This module provides an overview of the opportunities and models that facilitate collaborative primary care and behavioral health practice.
The child health provider's role in promoting safe driving is addressed in the Teen Driver Safety module provided through EPIC.
The purpose of this module is to help the practices implement an autism screening tool and to offer resources for families whose children are identified.
This publication describes guidelines and procedures for proposing new EPIC modules.
This is an EPIC module proposal form.
This module addresses challenges to providing care coordination in the medical home including finding time, awareness of community resources and programs, communication among providers, and reimbursement.
This module focuses on the critical role that families can play in improving care and practice performance.
In this module you will learn how to use the Behavioral Health Partnership to give children and families the support they need in connecting with behavioral health services through the partnership program.
In this module you will learn in-office strategies for addressing problem behaviors and supporting parents in maintaining perspective and managing their child's behaviors.
In this module you will learn how to use the "Help Me" Grow program to give families the support they need.
In this module a trainer (physician or child abuse prevention professional) will visit your practice and provide a brief presentation on child abuse prevention.
In this module a trainer (physician, dentist, or hygienist) will visit your practice and provide a brief presentation on oral health in children including the etiology of caries, prevention, and screening.
Care coordination connects children to medical and community services that can address their health and developmental needs. It is especially important that children receive timely intervention when needs are identified, as they receive the greate...
IMPACT-Insuring Our Kids' Future:The Importance of Health Insur. to Utilization of Ped. Health Serv. (Dec 2008)
This report examines the relationship between having health insurance and receiving primary care services for children in a large group practice in Connecticut.
This is the executive summary of the Medical Home report.
This report explains the "Medical Home" concept which is a model for health care delivery that ensures that families and children receive competent services.
This report explains the effective delivery of child health services.
This is the executive summary of the Care Coordination in the Pediatric Setting report.
This report provides evidence for the effectiveness of a new "mid-level" of assessment for children in Connecticut at risk for developmental or behavioral problems.
This report "Pediatric Psychopharmacology: Improving Care Through Co-Management" discusses the next step in building a system of support for child health providers to manage the behavioral health concerns of their patients.
Integrating Behavioral Health and Primary Care: Making it Work in Four Practices in CT
This report discusses the condition of maternal depression from the postpartum period through early childhood and its effect on child health and development.