The Ohio AAP is launching new education and quality improvement opportunities that will empower pediatricians to address important aspects of maternal health in pediatric well child visits. These activities will prepare practices to incorporate four behavioral risks affecting future birth outcomes and family health. This model is based on the March of Dimes’ successful Implicit Toolkit.
Practices in Ohio can engage in a new quality improvement (QI) project launching in February 2021. The Healthy Mom, Healthy Family project will provide practices with training to more fully screen mothers for health risks at infant well-child visits, and provide resources for those with identified needs.
- Benefits for to participating project practices include:
- Easy screening tool and no chart review data collection
- Up to $1,000 in resources for your patients – like multivitamins, board books, technology assistance, and printed materials
- Learn to implement the 5As to promote behavior change for lifelong health – Ask, Assess, Advise, Assist, Arrange
- Networking opportunities with providers interested in infant mortality or interconception care
- Personalized quality improvement coaching and Ohio AAP resources
- Participants in the 12 month collaborative earn up to 50 points of MOC Part IV credit in 2021
Contact Hayley Southworth with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org or (614) 846-6258 to learn more about the IMPLICIT program opportunities and sign up for updates.
Register to Reserve Your Spot for Practice Transformation QI Project Now: