Presentations

Resources

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State Peer-to-Peer Roundtable Calls
May 28, 2020

CHA hosts quarterly roundtable conference calls on hot state policy topics to provide children’s hospital government relations professionals the opportunity to discuss state policy challenges, strategies and innovations with their peers.

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Creating Health Virtual Learning
May 4, 2020

View upcoming and on-demand population health webinars.

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COVID-19 Webinar Series
April 7, 2020

Join CHA and your peers across pediatrics each week for a new webinar focusing on strategies your hospital can use to manage the pandemic.

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The Nationwide Children’s Hospital Journey
March 4, 2020

Axelson is the medical director of Big Lots Behavioral Health Services, chief of the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health and chief of the Section of Psychiatry at Nationwide Children’s Hospital.

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Building Community Capacity to Advance Mental Wellness
March 4, 2020

Moving upstream to stem a national tide of a children’s mental health challenges means investing in early intervention and universal prevention.

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Communities that Address Childhood Adversity and Build Resiliency
March 4, 2020

Showcasing the Center for Childhood Resilience as a model, this session demonstrated how a trauma-informed construct plays out at hospital, community and statewide levels.

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Workforce Development and Supporting Pediatricians in their Care for Behavioral Health Patients
March 4, 2020

This session featured two different approaches to creating capacity to support intervention, prevention, access and continuity of care for behavioral health patients.

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On Our Sleeves: The Movement to Transform Children’s Mental Health
March 4, 2020

Nationwide Children’s Hospital launched On Our Sleeves to build a community of support for children living with mental illness through advocacy, education and fundraising for much-needed research.

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Matching Families with Behavioral Health Resources
March 4, 2020

This session highlighted the role of community health navigators in behavioral health referrals. Through Family Connects, a program from Duke University, universal home visiting uses early identification and referrals to meet mental health needs of postpartum mothers and their children.

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Child Psych Access Systems Build a Regional System of Care
March 4, 2020

Child Psychiatry Access Programs are a national model designed to improve mental health access by enhancing the capacity and confidence of primary care doctors to address patient behavioral health needs.

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School-Based Behavioral Health Models
March 4, 2020

Presenters described how school-based mental health services are a win for patients, families, schools and the children’s hospital.

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System of Care: Lessons Learned, New Developments and Future Aspirations
March 4, 2020

How can you find your niche in the system of care in your region? Leaders share lessons learned and the decision-making process about how they defined their service scope and sphere of community influence.

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Shortening the Distance Between Research and Care for Children’s Mental Health
March 4, 2020

Harold Koplewicz, M.D., shared research from the Child Mind Institute, which seeks to advance the science of the developing brain and shorten the distance between research and care.

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Telehealth: Investing in Tele-Psych Services to Improve Access and Patient Experience
March 4, 2020

Two hospitals shared experiences in developing telehealth services that provide much needed mental health evaluations through virtual visits for patients who are seeking care in a primary care clinic, their homes, in the ED or urgent care.

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Behavioral Health Integration in Primary Care
March 4, 2020

Why should a children’s hospital invest in behavioral health integration in primary care? What benefit do these models bring to patient families, pediatric practices and the health system?

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Developing Workforce Capacity to Meet Behavioral Health Challenges
March 4, 2020

Children’s National shared its journey to decrease staff injury and improve care delivery for patients with behavioral health conditions by developing workforce capacity and redesigning care models.

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Integrating Medical and Psychosocial Needs
March 4, 2020

Presenters explored how integrating behavioral health needs of medically complex and chronic patients yields better outcomes, improved compliance and demonstrates a return on investment.

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Systems of Care: What We’ve Learned, Where We Are Going
March 4, 2020

The system of care philosophy promotes services that are family driven, youth guided and culturally responsive.

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Alternative Types of Care for Behavioral Health Patients
March 4, 2020

Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center discussed how the Psychiatric Intake Response Center (PIRC) manages patients seeking emergency psychiatric assessments in the emergency department (ED); Dayton Children’s Hospital provided an overview of the Behavioral Crisis Center, a structured Type B ED.

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A Stigma-Breaking Hospital
March 4, 2020

Before touring the Big Lots Behavioral Health Pavilion at Nationwide Children’s Hospital, learn about the behind the scenes process of creating this stigma-breaking building and some of its unique features.

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Advancing a National Effort to Improve Behavioral and Mental Health Status in Children’s Hospitals and Systems
March 4, 2020

Knight provided an overview of how the summit came together, and where CHA and its membership is heading in the future.

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Building a System of Care: Two Pediatric Hospitals’ Perspectives
March 4, 2020

Rady Children’s talked about its 26-year journey to provide services to the county and the community; Yale New Haven Children’s Hospital shared how it built clinical programs that encompass the entirety of child health.

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How do you get doctors involved?
January 8, 2020

Listen to this 3-minute clip from a recent webinar as Michael Weiss, D.O., vice president of population health at CHOC Children’s Hospital in Orange County, California explains the key elements that gain buy-in from physicians when establishing accountable care networks.

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Why Engage in Accountable Care?
December 19, 2019

Listen to this 2-minute clip from a recent webinar as Anna Youngerman, President of Children's Health Network and Chief Value Officer at Children's Minnesota answers the hard question of why do hospitals enter into these partnerships?

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Insights From an Accountable Care Model
December 19, 2019

Listen to this 2-minute clip from a recent webinar as Anna Youngerman, President of Children's Health Network and Chief Value Officer at Children's Minnesota reviews several insights she has learned from working in an accountable care model.