Personalized QI For Your Practice with MOC Part IV

More opportunities for kick-off dates have been added for the Ohio AAP’s newest and most
innovative quality improvement program. Ohio QI2U – MenB. The program aims to increase attendance at, and the quality of, adolescent well visits and improve the rate of administration of the meningococcal serogroup B (MenB) vaccination.

A practice coach, trained by a national expert, will travel to your practice, teach quality improvement methodology, provide program specific content and protocols, share lessons learned from related Ohio AAP programs, review baseline data and assist in data collection and entry each month.

What does Ohio QI2U – Men B mean for you?

  • Personalized program training at your practice location by a nationally-trained practice coach
  • Monthly one-on-one calls or meetings with the practice coach for continued guidance and improvement strategies
  • Learn best practices and lessons from a cohort of other participating practices
  • Assistance with data entry if desired
  • MOC Part IV credit for eligible physicians
  • Office stipend to offset staff time
  • Invitation to a summit at the conclusion of the collaborative to share successes and strategies for sustainability

Timeline: Enrollment is open now to kick the program off in March or April to be completed before the end of the year.

Who can participate? Practices that immunize 16-23 year-olds, including pediatricians, family physicians and adolescent medicine specialists.

Questions? Contact Melanie Farkas via email or at (614) 846-6258.

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