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Pediatric Ambulatory Quality Symposium (PAQS) 2020

Our objective at the 2020 Pediatric Ambulatory Quality Symposium is to highlight the importance of engaging provider practices to embrace a culture of quality improvement guided by the Quadruple Aim. This unique course will provide pertinent education to align provider practices with the current state of interfaces between payers, accountable care organizations, patients and their families, all within a clinically integrated model of care delivery.

The symposium is designed for pediatric ambulatory and specialty providers. Attendance will increase the participants knowledge base in areas related to:

  • The role of care management in children with medical complexities optimized by clinical integration
  • Clinical pathways in ambulatory pediatric practice
  • Pediatric Clinical Integrated Networks and their role in changing pediatric care delivery
  • Enhancements at the interface of pediatric primary and specialty care
  • Understanding CQI methodology for pediatric ambulatory practice implementation
  • Building an integrated behavioral/mental health program in pediatric primary care clinic

Target Audience

This activity is designed for physicians and other healthcare professionals interested in the domains of care quality in pediatrics.

 Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this activity, the learner will be able to:

  • Initiate and engage in quality initiatives at the practice level.
  • Understand Quality improvement methodology at the practice level.

CME Credit will be offered

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Meet the Symposium Directors

Roy Jedeikin, MD, FACC, MBA
Board Certified Pediatric Cardiology
PCCN Medical Director
Clinical Associate Professor, University of Arizona
College of Medicine - Phoenix

 

 

Micah Olson, MD
Medical Director, Continuing Medical Education
Phoenix Children's Hospital

 

 

 

 

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