Coding in 2021 Webinar
CPT Quick Guide APA 21
Mark Lashley, MD
School Refusal in Children and Adolescents
Wanda Fremont, MD
Maureen Ryan, PsyD
Maureen Montgomery, MD
Project ECHO: ECHO FASD
Prepare your team to treat children with prenatal alcohol exposure
Coding by Time: An Update
Mark Lashley, MD
Getting It Paid For!
Mark Lashley, MD, is an expert in reimbursement issues as they impact pediatric primary care providers providing mental health services. Reimbursement is one of the biggest obstacles to the integration of behavioral health into pediatric primary care. The good news is, PCPs can be paid for mental health services in the pediatric primary care setting. Dr. Lashley walks through those steps in this webinar.
Project TEACH Overview
The Commissioner of the New York State Office of Mental Health (OMH), Dr. Anne Sullivan, shines the spotlight on Project TEACH, a program that strengthens and supports the ability of New York’s pediatric primary care providers (PCPs) to deliver care to children and families who experience mild-to-moderate mental health concerns.
New York Supports Moms through Project TEACH
Learn how your practice can access free Maternal Mental Health consultations through OMH’s Project TEACH program
Get Involved with Project TEACH
This brief video offers an overview of Project TEACH. Learn about the services available to pediatric primary care providers in New York State. Project TEACH is a project funded by the New York State Office of Mental Health.
Marijauna Use in Our Teens : Gateway Drug or Innocent Fun
This video offers a broad overview of marijuana use among adolescents. It includes discussion on epidemiology, assessment, interventions, and more. The video is a recording of a multi-site training session led by child psychiatry experts in Project TEACH Regions 1 and 3.
School Refusal in Children and Adolescents
Find insights on unique behavioral and clinical features of children who refuse to attend school. The video includes information on comorbidities, interventions, and a case example of primary care physician talking with parents and their child. The session is a recording of a multi-site training session led by child psychiatry experts in Project TEACH Regions 1 and 3.
Understanding Autism : What the PCP Should Know
Learn about how autism spectrum disorder presents in primary care settings and find helpful guidance on prevalence, diagnostic criteria, screening tools, interventions, and more. The video is a recording of a training session led by child psychiatry experts in Project TEACH Regions 1 and 3.
Understanding Eating Disorders : Update for Primary Care Physicians
This video offers an update for primary care physicians on eating disorders. It includes a review of assessment guidelines, treatment options, and a real-world clinical vignette with parents and their child. The video is a recording of a multi-site training session led by child psychiatry experts in Project TEACH Regions 1 and 3.
Understanding Self Injury : What the PCP Should Know
Find important information on epidemiology, risk factors, and clinical features of self-injury. It includes role-play interactions between primary care physicians and patients. The video is a recording of a training session led by child psychiatry experts in Project TEACH Regions 1 and 3.
Project TEACH Virtual PCP Resilience Drop-Ins
Loving Kindness Practice
Nayla Khoury, MD
Docs for Tots fosters connections between young children’s doctors, policymakers, early childhood practitioners, and other stakeholders through policy innovation and practice transformation.
District II of the American Academy of Pediatrics, which is composed of three chapters and distributes activities regarding the welfare of children in New York State and the pediatricians who care for them.
A collection of ready-to-use resources such as screening and assessment instruments, quick-reference care management advice, and step-by-step care plans.
An American Academy of Pediatrics program, HealthyChildren.org is a parenting website powered by pediatricians, providing parents with guidance on parenting issues to promote the optimal physical, mental, and social health and well-being for all infants, children, adolescents, and young adults.
The New York Chapter of the American Academy of Family Physicians, promotes family practice in New York State through research, education, and charitable activities.
A state and federally funded workforce development initiative, its mission is to increase the diversity of qualified healthcare professionals by recruiting and training individuals of all races and ethnicities, with a special emphasis on medically underserved areas in both rural and urban communities.
The New York Zero-to-Three Network promotes the optimal development of young children, their families, and their communities in the New York metropolitan area.
A New York City program for youth ages 14-25 who are at Clinical High Risk for Psychosis (CHR-P).
The New York State Office of Mental Health offers links to a variety of resources and publications regarding specific mental health disorders.
The MGH Psychiatry Academy offers in-person and online programs related to child and adolescent psychiatric conditions, including programs on ADHD and child psychopharmacology.
A, nonprofit organization devoted to ending the suffering caused by body-focused repetitive behaviors through dissemination of information regarding these conditions, their treatment, and related research and resources.
Information on screening, diagnosis, and treatment, and resources.
Contributions by Region 3 Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, Dr. Rachel Zuckerbrot.
The NCTSN works to raise the standard of care and improve access to services for traumatized children, their families and communities throughout the United States.
A program for youth and young adults, ages 16-30, who are within two years of the onset of a psychotic disorder.
Oversees one of the nation’s largest addiction services systems with approximately 1,600 prevention, treatment and recovery programs.
An education and resource organization sponsored by the Office of Mental Health.