For Pediatricians: A Continuous Quality Improvement Project to Enhance Developmental Screening and Surveillance
Want to incorporate CQI into your practice’s culture? Need to do QI work for NCQA PCMH recognition? Need Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Part 4 Credit? We are here to help!
Developmental Surveillance, Screening and Linking Children to Services: The Help Me Grow® (HMG) System
Part 4: Performance in Pediatric Practice
Who: Pediatric practices and pediatricians at select HMG sites throughout the U.S. including Help Me Grow Ventura County
What: Participating pediatricians may earn 25 MOC Part 4 Performance in Practice Credits and/or 12 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM
Note: Family-medicine physicians may participate in this project and may earn up to 12 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. MOC credits are not available for family-medicine physicians at this time.
Length: 6 Months
How: The project requirements are outlined below. HMG Ventura County and tbe Connecticut Children’s Practice Quality Improvement Program provide ongoing assistance to provide the resources and technical support you may need as you navigate the process.
- Register – Our team will provide details once you confirm interest in the project
- Pay registration fee – $50
- Complete Project-Specific Training and Quality Improvement Methodology Training
- Complete 6 data cycles with QInsight, a user-friendly web-based data entry and reporting system
- Participate in at least 4 team meetings to discuss project data and plan changes for improvement
- For MOC credit, complete and submit Attestation Form
Why participate in Connecticut Children’s MOC Program?
Pediatricians have a lot to balance: maintaining licensure and certifications, managing the pediatric practice, getting reimbursed for services, all while providing quality patient care. It can be challenging to find the time implement QI projects in your pediatric practice and/or navigate the requirements of an MOC Part 4 project. Our Practice Quality Improvement Program has taken this to heart; we work hard to simplify the process and provide support along the way.
Our hope is that, with our support, you can implement data-driven, continuous quality improvement that is helpful in your daily activities and becomes a valuable part of your pediatric practice’s culture.
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The Connecticut Children’s MOC Program is made possible by the generous support of United Healthcare.