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Physician-led training focuses on legal, educational, developmental, mental health, oral health, and physical health.

Pediatrician leads: Anne Edwards, MD; Jeff Schiff, MD Contract with: Minnesota Department of Human Services Completion Date: 2016 Contact: [email protected] grant for $50,000 was received to implement integrated behavioral health and pediatric primary care to support six pilot clinics in addressing mental health issues.

Funds will be provided to the participating clinics.

Pediatric leads: Mary Pohl, MD, Margie Hogan, MD, Connie Blackwell, RN, CNP , Pamela Bloomquist, MD, MPH, David Smith, MD, Heather Winesett, MD Contract with: MDH/DHS/CM Completion date: May, 2016 Contact: [email protected] clinics that serve a high number of SNAP or SNAP- eligible patients will screen for nutrition insecurity and establish or improve the referral process to SNAP-Ed and related community resources and programs.

Funds will be provided to participating clinics to work with SNAP-Ed to host a class on healthy eating on a budget and recruit participants.

Pediatrician lead: Amelia Burgess, MD, MPH Funded by: AAP for $15,000.

Completion date: June, 2017 Contact: [email protected] provided support for clinics/pediatricians participating in the development of rigorous standardized set of measures for routine quality assessment/quality improvement for children/teens with social complexity and/or medical complexity.

Pediatrician Leads: Robert Jacobson, MD, FAAP and Dawn Martin, MD, FAAP Funded by: AAP Completion date: June, 2014 The goal of this project was to provide preventive health services outreach/education to New American families that include a pregnant mother and/or young children under age 2. Cloud who are serving Somali patients in their clinics are working with a "community health worker." Pregnant women and infants are being enrolled and paired with a community health worker to improve immunization rates, well child check-ups, lead screening rates and developmental screening rates from the baseline screening rates.

Educational materials for use with Somali patients nationally and internationally have been developed and distributed via You Tube and other media..

This multi-state pediatric quality improvement project is under the direction of Rita Mangione-Smith, MD of Seattle Children's Hospital under a four-year grant award from the federal Agency for Health Care Research and Quality (AHRQ).

It involves more than 50 pediatricians and nurse practitioners from 29 clinics in MN and ND serving large numbers of children on MN Medicaid.

Pediatrician lead: Rachel Tellez, MD Funded by: University of Minnesota Extension Program Completion Date: November 2016 Contact: [email protected] AAP grants were received related to improving HPV rates and implementing an HPV Quality Improvement project at 4 clinics and offering an HPV MOC4 module to interested pediatricians in the 9 state Midwest region. Pediatrician leads: Vijay Chawla, MD Funded by: AAP Completion date: September, 2016 Contact: [email protected] health needs of Minnesota children/teens in foster care are significant.

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