Posted on: June 20, 2011
The 2011 Annual Medical Home Newsletter is here! The newsletter provides updates on what is happening to promote medical home implementation across Illinois. Many of the highlighted projects and programs are made possible by the generous support of the Chicago Community Trust, the Michael Reese Health Trust, and the federal Maternal and Child Health Bureau, to name a few.
Posted on: May 19, 2011
Reach Out and Read Illinois is partnering with First Book to bring books to 3,000 children growing up in low income communities. Through First Book, Reach Out and Read will receive 3,000 brand new children’s books for $0.35 each! This great deal is only available to us for a short time; please help purchase the books by donating today.
Posted on: May 19, 2011
In order to provide better service and improve communication with our members, we at ICAAP are pleased to announce that we will be handling our own membership billing for fiscal year 2012, beginning July 1, 2011. This means you will no longer see your Illinois Chapter dues included on your National AAP billing statement.
Posted on: December 9, 2010
September 25, 2010
Medical home is widely regarded as the most promising model for reforming primary care and is considered to be particularly critical for children with special health care needs.
Posted on: November 4, 2010
Effective September 1, 2010, the HFS procedure code for fluoride varnish has been changed to D1206. The former code will be active until December 31, 2010. After that time, claims using D1203 will be rejected. Please update your billing systems accordingly.
Posted on: July 27, 2010
These presentations were part of the Illinois Chapter, American Academy of Pediatrics’ Annual Conference. The conference was held in Lisle, Illinois, June 4-5, 2010. The session was videotaped on June 4, 2010. The taping of the session is supported by a grant from the federal Maternal and Child Health Bureau.
Posted on: July 26, 2010
ICAAP’s Promoting Health obesity prevention initiatives aim to lower childhood obesity rates through its core projects that support pediatric practices and medical providers to provide the best quality of care through continuing medical education, quality improvement activities, linkages to community resources, and coordinated systems of care.