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July, 2014
CTAAP 2014 Webinar Series

The CTAAP will be taking a short break from our webinar series for the remainder of the summer. The series will start up again in the Fall with some important topics such as: Birth to Three, Medical Marijuana, Immunization Updates and Food Allergies. Information on these topics along with others will be sent out as soon as dates are finalized. If you would like to catch up on what we have done so far please visit our website at www.ct-aap.org/2014 to listen to recording our previous meetings.

Transition Toolkit Resource and New Website

Transitioning to Adult Health Care: Practice Tools

The Six Core Elements of Health Care Transition 2.0, which include customizable clinical tools, consumer feedback surveys, and QI measurement tools.  www.GotTransition.org has been redesigned with the latest transition information for health professionals, youth/young adults and families, researchers, and policymakers.

AAP Chapters and Title V Working Together

 "How 3 AAP chapters and Title V are improving the lives of children with special needs" was published in the July issue of AAP News in collaboration with the National Center for Medical Home Implementation at the AAP and our partners at the Association of Maternal and Child Health Programs (AMCHP). The"Top 10 things pediatricians should know about Title V"  sidebar article serves as a complementary piece. Beyond educating pediatricians about and linking them to Title V in their states, AAP Chapters that have successful collaborations were highlighted. Special thanks to Drs Romano, Meyers, and Hood (from the OH, WI and WA Chapters, respectively) for sharing their stories. Please note that the article is open to the public, not just AAP News subscribers.

A New National Effort at CGI America to Help Close the Word Gap

American Academy of Pediatrics, Reach Out and Read, and Scholastic Inc. are working with Too Small to Fail to equip parents with tools to promote early literacy and vocabulary development.

At the fourth annual Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) America meeting in Denver, Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton announced a new collaborative effort of Too Small to Fail, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), Scholastic Inc. and Reach Out and Read to raise awareness among parents about early language development. For the first time the AAP will promote early literacy-beginning from an infant's very first days-as an "essential" component of primary care visits. Through this commitment, the partners will ensure that doctors, parents and caregivers have the information, tools and books they need to promote reading out loud to children every day starting in infancy.

 

The effort takes a multi-pronged approach toward equipping parents with the best tools to ensure that their children are prepared to learn as they enter school.


 

To read more about this multi organized initiative please Click Here

Connecticut Medical Assistance Program Provider Satisfaction Survey 

The Department of Social Services is conducting this Provider Survey to you to obtain your feedback on the services provided by HP Enterprise Services. Our goal is to consistently improve our service to you in all areas. Your comments on HP's performance as well as areas which still require attention are appreciated and will assist us in serving you better. 

For assistance, contact us directly at 1-800-842-8440. 

Thank you in advance for completing this survey and we ask that you respond by August 15, 2014. 

 

You may submit this survey: 

* From the Provider Survey link on the home page of our Web site www.ctdssmap.com; or 

* From the http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/DSSCTWeb2013

* Download and mail to: HP Provider Survey, P.O. Box 299, Hartford, CT 06104

Contemporary Approaches to Pediatric Diabetes and Endocrine Disorder Conference

Contemporary Approaches to Pediatric Diabetes and Endocrine Disorder for the Generalist and Specialist: Case-Based Perspectives on Diagnosis, Assessment, and Management Strategies. Learn a systematic approach to optimally coordinate care with specialty pediatric diabetes and endocrine services 

 

Saturday 

August 23, 2014 

Joslin Diabetes Center 

Boston, MA 

 

Download Conference Brochure that will exhibit and provide additional opportunities for learning and to treating diabetes and other endocrine disorders in pediatric patients.

 

Register for the program at:  http://www.joslin.org/professional_education.html

 

Jillian Wood
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Tracey McDougall
Webinar Coordinator

Yvette Moretti
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Kathryn Senk
Office Manager

Judith Blei
Government Relations

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Advertise Your Group's CME Programs to CTAAP Members

Take advantage of a great new opportunity to post your continuing medical education classes on CTAAP's website.  Please complete the Statewide Pediatric CME Form and send it to yvette.ctaap@gmail.com

 
 
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