Current Chapter Projects
The California Health and Human Services Agency’s Data Exchange Framework (DxF) is the first-ever, statewide data sharing agreement that will accelerate and expand the exchange of health information among health care entities, government agencies, and social service programs beginning in 2024.
The AAP Chapter Quality Network is pleased to announce a 3-part webinar series, offering CME/MOC2 credit, to enhance adolescent healthcare and immunizations services. This webinar series will include teen speakers providing perspective on their experiences and recommendations for healthcare professionals.
The AAP Chapter Quality Network is pleased to announce a 3-part webinar series, offering CME/MOC2 credit, to improve ADHD Care in pediatric settings. This webinar series will include didactic content, illustrative cases, and technological supports to facilitate evidence-based ADHD care in pediatric settings.
Through a cooperative agreement with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the AAP is implementing a project to ensure high confidence in COVID-19 vaccine among pediatricians, non-clinical pediatric support staff, their patients, their patients’ families, state-level school health services and other partners.
Our mission is to strengthen collaboration between primary care pediatricians, developmental and behavioral subspecialists, and families to ensure children receive comprehensive high quality developmental and behavioral (DB) pediatric care.
ASHEW is a dynamic one-year quality improvement learning collaborative to provide practices with the strategies, tools, and resources needed to develop systems and processes for identifying and managing social determinants of health and resilience in primary care practice.