The ABCs of Child Health Advocacy at the Ohio AAP Annual Meeting

Mark Del Monte, JD, Chief Deputy, Senior Vice President of Advocacy and External Affairs, American Academy of Pediatrics

Pediatricians and other pediatric health care providers play an essential and necessary role in advocating for the children and families they serve by promoting the health and well-being of all children and bringing awareness to the challenges that many children and families face. Learn quick and easy ways to become an advocate for the AAP child health agenda items and how health care reform can impact your practice and families.

Exploring Value-Based Payment Reform and its Impact on Pediatrics

The fiscal climate is changing in the state of Ohio with a move to value-based payment. The shifting focus to quality of care provides an opportunity for pediatricians to prepare for this important systemic change. Our expert panel will discuss ways members can be proactive and prepare their practice to receive maximum payment for the care they provide.

Other features include:

  • Opportunities to Earn up to 40 MOC Part II Points and Start Earning MOC Part IV
  • NEW-Special Hospitalist Track
  • Shark Tank Resident Challenge
  • Much more!

40 Points MOC Part II Available, topics to Include:

  • Child Abuse and Neglect
  • Injury Prevention in Birth to Four Years and Adolescents
  • Obesity Prevention in Primary Care
  • Identification and Treatment of Mental Health Issues in the Hospital Setting

Click here to view the 2017 Annual Meeting brochure with a full schedule.

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