CHDI is supporting data-driven quality improvement in pediatric care – a fundamental component of the pediatric medical home – through a partnership with the Office for Community Child Health at Connecticut Children’s Medical Center.
Many of CHDI’s EPIC modules and other CHDI programs also prepare pediatricians to participate in Maintenance of Certification projects to meet the American Board of Pediatrics’ quality improvement requirements.
Pediatricians can receive MOC credits in the following areas of practice:
Projects require that pediatricians perform chart audits, review periodic reports on practice performance, and participate in Plan Do Study Act cycles to improve care over at least six months. Credits are available for individual pediatricians or to the whole practice.
Pediatricians can enroll in these MOC projects or learn more about MOC opportunities through the Connecticut Children’s website.