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Thursday, April 20, 2017
Behavioral health integration, primary care transformation and PCPCH, project management, quality improvement science
The Oregon Pediatric Society (OPS) is the state chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics, leader of the national Bright Futures youth health initiative and guidelines. Through our START program, OPS pediatricians, child psychiatrists and substance abuse experts train pediatric primary care providers across Oregon in developmental and behavioral health issues, and universal screening protocols. OPS can provide practice and systems change consultation, training and follow-up technical assistance on CCO metrics and state performance measures such as children’s developmental and autism spectrum disorder screenings, adolescent well visits, depression and SBIRT screening and follow up, childhood immunizations, well child visits, perinatal maternal mental health and postpartum depression. OPS also offers seminars to health systems, clinics, parents and community partners about adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and trauma-informed care. All of our trainings emphasize the importance of early intervention and prevention, kindergarten readiness, the medical home model and team-based care.
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