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The goal of the ADHD web portal is to provide a web-based service that will help primary care physicians incorporate the American Academy of Pediatrics evidence-based guidelines for ADHD care into a routine process for assessing and managing patients with ADHD.
Services available for improving ADHD care include:
With funding from the National Institute of Mental Health, the Center for ADHD has been able to re-design the delivery method for training physicians from any community. The new online training program has been imbedded as a feature of the myADHDportal.com service. Pediatricians can now complete the following:
This comprehensive training program offers physicians the opportunity to receive ABP MOC part 4 (25 points) credit and 20.0 AMA PRA category 1 performance-improvement credits in a minimum of three months pending the completion of all requirements:
1. Return 10 patient “Self-guided Baseline Score Cards”
2. Complete the four-part, self-paced web-based training program
3. Provide direct or consultative care to at least 10 ADHD patients
4. Automatically collect, submit and review performance data electronically
5. Document implemented changes designed to improve care with at least three PDSA cycles
Upon program completion, a physician will be able to demonstrate the following skills:
1. Describe the AAP ADHD assessment and treatment guidelines
2. Create an improved office flow that will assist with the AAP guideline implementation
3. Demonstrate that guideline implementation resulted in improved clinical outcomes for ADHD patient populations
If you are interested in participating in the myADHDportal Improvement Program, contact: The Center for ADHD Phone: 513-636-8764 Email: myADHDportal@cchmc.org
Download a PDF of the myADHDportal Brochure.
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