June 2017: Improving Asthma Care: Making a Measurable Difference
Learn what kind of asthma symptom questionnaires are validated and useful; spirometry best practices; a simple approach to applying the criteria for asthma severity and control levels; how to use asthma action plans; the importance of environmental triggers and the evidence for trigger reduction; the importance of asthma severity labeling for proper coding; and workflow and protocols for medication refills and home supplies.
April 2017: Know Your Patients, Improve Your Care
As you start working on quality improvements in your clinic, before you do anything else, you have to understand who your patients are. Learn how to analyze your practice and develop workflows to make sure your patient lists are accurate and that patients get the right care at the right time in the right place.
March 2017: You are the Key to HPV Cancer Prevention
*Note: For CME for this webinar, co-provided by WithinReach and Cardea, view the webinar via this link.
Low HPV vaccination rates in the U.S. are leaving boys and girls vulnerable to devastating HPV cancers. However, HPV vaccination could prevent most of these cancers. This course provides the most up-to-date information on HPV infection, related disease and cancers, vaccine recommendations, and vaccine safety and impact – plus evidence-based suggestions for successful HPV vaccine communication with patients and their parents, frequently asked questions that providers hear from parents, and suggested responses to common questions.
February 2017: Role of the Physician in Firearm Injury Prevention
What can be done to keep kids safe from firearms? Learn from one of the country’s top experts about current firearm statistics, the effects of gun laws on suicide and unintentional injuries to children, and the tools we have at our disposal to reduce firearm injury and death in our communities.