Current Projects

Connecticut Children's Practice Quality Improvement Program offers the following QI/MOC projects:

Adoption of CLASP Referral Guidelines (RGs)   to Improve Referral Process, Reduce Referral Rates, and Improve Access to Care

Beyond the Core Measures: Use of an Inpatient Asthma Clinical Pathway to Drive Optimal Outpatient Asthma Care

Chemotherapy-Induced Nausea and Vomiting (CINV)

Co-Management of Anxiety and Depression

Co-Management of Concussion

Co-Management of Migraine

Connecticut Perinatal Quality Collaborative (CPQC): Healthy Infants with Mother’s Milk (HI-MOM)  

Developmental Surveillance, Screening and Linking Children to Services: The Help Me Grow® (HMG) System

Early Recognition and Treatment of Sepsis

Easy Breathing©

Efficacy of a Thyroid Lab Result Algorithm in Improving Patient Care

Engaging Pediatricians in Early Identification of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD)

Engaging Pediatricians in Promoting Socio-Emotional Development and Identifying Children at Risk for Poor Socio-Emotional Outcomes as a Result of Mothers' Depression  

Family Centered Rounding Improvement

Identification of Sentinel Injuries in the Pediatric Emergency Department

Implementation of Suspected Physical Abuse Clinical Pathway

Improvements in Appropriate Antimicrobial Usage

Improving Arrival to Provider Time

Indirect Hyperbilirubinemia in the Neonate: Clinical Care Pathway to Improve Breastfeeding Outcomes and Standardize Care

Lead Screening in Pediatric Primary Care

Longitudinal Ambulatory Clinic Quality Improvement Project with Resident Physician Engagement

Management of Teratogenic Medications in Ambulatory Clinics: Improving Education and Communication to Patients and Enhancing Screening Practices

Practice Coaching to Improve Connection of Children with Hearing Loss to Essential Services

Referral Guideline for Pediatric Obesity Co-Morbidities

Regional Access Collaborative: Improving Diagnosis, Treatment and Services for Children and Youths with Epilepsy

Using Academic Detailing and Practice Quality Improvement to Increase Implementation of the American Academy of Pediatrics Clinical Practice Guideline for the Diagnosis, Evaluation, and Treatment of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in Children and Adolescents