We know that children and teens do better when cared for by pediatric-trained providers in a system 100% dedicated to kids. To make sure kids in our community have access to the pediatric care they need, a team of primary care, specialists and advanced practitioners are working with Children's to develop a pediatrics-focused, clinically integrated network (CIN) to launch in 2014.
The formation of this network will better define, refine and demonstrate quality and outcome measures, and enhance communication across the care continuum—allowing us to provide comprehensive care management to Georgia's pediatric patients, both healthy and sick.
Watch the Webinar: The Future of a Pediatric Clinically Integrated Network
This webinar presentation is hosted by Dan Salinas, M.D., Chief Medical Officer for Children's, Robert Campbell, M.D., Director of Sibley Heart Center Cardiology and Bob Licata, M.D., community pediatrician and Chair of The Children's Health Network.