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March 2017 General Membership Meeting

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Check out pictures from our March General Membership Meeting

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A lesson in listening

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Texas Child Neurology (TCN) has joined a growing number of pediatric specialist members who are deploying the network’s patient experience tool. This email survey enables practices to gain valuable patient family input into every facet of their experience during a clinical visit.

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Meet Michael Day, M.D.

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Meet Michael Day, M.D., cardiologist and chair of the network’s Patient Experience Committee

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Operations Manual

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The 2017 Operations Manual is now available. To request a copy please reach out to your Integrated Network Advisor (INA).

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Big New Year news from the Chair

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You won’t want to miss Dr. Kincaid’s new year message and HUGE ANNOUNCEMENT regarding our shared savings program. Plus updates on well-child goals, access to care, flu, 2017 goals and more. 

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CPT and Unlisted Service Codes

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Are you following the right procedure regarding unlisted codes? Here are some tips to make sure you’re on the right path. 

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Looking back at coming together

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The successes of the past year were only possible through the strength of our partnership. As 2016 rides off into the sunset, let’s take one more look at the people, places and moments that helped keep our partnership strong all year long. 

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Pediatric Partners Oct Updates - Dr. Charles Dunlap

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Tips for Improving Patient Access

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The Service Excellence committee developed a tip sheet aimed at helping us all improve access in our practices. 

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Flu vaccine recommendations for the 2016 - 2017 season

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You already know that the intranasal influenza vaccine has been shelved for this season. But that’s not the only changed that might impact you and your patients. Rachel Zimlich, RN, of Contemporary Pediatrics shares a summary for this season from the AAP. 

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