Patient Management Patient Management All children, including those with chronic conditions and FASDs, should have their health care delivered in a medical home. Substance-Use-ScreeningResources to help pediatricians incorporate screening and brief intervention among adolescent patients.FASD-VignettesView a collection of vignettes to assist with managing patients and families affected by FASDs.Evidence-BasedView a list of evidence-based resources.MedicationThis resource provides information on medications and emerging therapies.AddressingThis resource provides key messages to assist when working with families affected by FASDs.Care PlansCare planning is an effective tool to assist in care coordination and managing patients with special health care needs. Learn about the essential components.Case ManagementThe medical home plays a key role in the management of a child with an FASD. Tell Us What You Think Tell Us What You ThinkWe want to know your thoughts about this new resource. Please share your comments Related Policy WebinarsLearn more about upcoming webinars.The Medical HomeThe American Academy of Pediatrics proposed a definition of the medical home in a 1992 policy statement. Efforts to establish ...Alcohol Use by Youth and AdolescentsAlcohol use continues to be a major problem from preadolescence through young adulthood in the United States. Results of recent ...Tobacco, Alcohol and Other DrugsSubstance abuse remains a major public health concern, and pediatricians are uniquely positioned to assist their patients and ...Fetal Alcohol SyndromePrenatal exposure to alcohol is one of the leading preventable causes of birth defects, mental retardation and neurodevelopmental ... Related Resources Making Care Coordination a Critical Component of the Pediatric Health System: A Multidisciplinary Framework Pediatric care coordination is a patient- and family-centered, assessment-driven, team-based activity.