QuIIN members have the opportunity to participate in a variety of improvement projects of interest to ambulatory, outpatient primary care pediatricians and their staff teams. PIN projects include both formal quality improvement projects, which follow the standards established by the American Board of Pediatrics for Maintenance of Certification Part 4 as well as informal assessment projects that provide practicing pediatrician input into tools and evidence based recommendations.
Who is Eligible to Participate in a PIN Project?
Membership in QuIIN is required to participate in both formal and informal assessment projects. For formal quality improvement projects, QuIIN members may also be requested to invite members of their staff to participate. To be considered for a formal improvement project a QuIIN member will complete a lead physician application at the time of recruitment for a project. Eligibility for informal assessment projects is dependent on criteria for each individual project. To join QuIIN,
- Reducing Diagnostic Errors in Primary Care Pediatrics (Project RedDE!)
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Approved by the American Board of Pediatrics for Maintenance of Certification Part 4 credit.
Informal Projects not approved for ABP MOC credit
Putting Neuromotor Screening Into Practice, Web&Action Project
- UNC/AAP ADHD Medicine Abuse: What Parents Need to Know Brochure
Test for Respiratory and Asthma Control in Kids (TRACK) Tool Validation
- BlueCross BlueShield Association Pediatric Obesity and Diabetes Prevention Toolkit Physician Field Testing
- National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) Child Health Project
- Adoption and Meaningful Use of Electronic Health Records (EHRs) Survey
Guidelines and Tools to Improve Care for Children with ADHD Improvement Project (2010)
Newborn Screen Positive Infant ACTion Project - Phase 1, Utility Project
Bright Futures Oral Health Risk Assessment Project
- EQIPP Course Testing (courses have included Bright Futures, Diagnosing and Managing Asthma in Pediatrics, Differentiate and Manage GER and GERD, Eliminate Tobacco Use and Exposure, Give Your Immunization Rates a Shot in the Arm, Medical Home, Newborn Screening, Oral Health, Diabetes)
- Clinical Practice Guideline Subcommittee Representation (QuIIN members have participated on the following CPG subcommittees: Type II Diabetes Mellitus in Children and Adolescents, Fever in Infants Under 3 months, Acute Otitis Media, ADHD, and Bronchiolitis)
How Do I Find Out About PIN Projects?
As a member of QuIIN you will receive emails regarding upcoming project opportunities for both the PIN and VIP Networks.
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