Phone consultation with child psychiatrists available to all District II pediatricians! CAP PC is New York State’s response to meet the public health need of its children and families with mental health needs. CAP PC is a collaboration between the Departments of Psychiatry at the University at Buffalo, University of Rochester, Columbia University, SUNY Upstate, and Long Island Jewish/North Shore University. For further information, please go to the CAP-PC website. 1-855-CAPPC72 (227-7272) Training Schedule Description of the CAP PC Program Agreement to Participate News from CAP-PC It is difficult to understand and navigate the developmental disability system and accessing services. CAP-PC has identified a resource on Parent to Parent of NY that is a guidebook called the Guide to Understanding NYS Office of People with Developmental Disabilities Supports and Services. Also, the Useful Links section on the CAP-PC website has recently been updated, as has a list of books for parents and kids on OCD and Anxiety. CAP-PC Summer 2015 … [Read More...]
- Notes from the District Chair, January 2016
CDC recorded Webinar - HPV Vaccine is Cancer Prevention: CDC's Clinical Engagement Initiative (PDF) - April 30, 2015
- Regents Loan Forgiveness Program
- NY State "Get Smart Campaign"- This article helps to reach out to prescribers on appropriate antibiotic prescribing for acute respiratory tract infections. It finds that asking the clinician to justify the choice of antibiotic and/or showing how they rank against colleagues’ prescribing resulted in some real decreases in mean antibiotic prescribing rates.
- On Friday, March 13, 2015, Governor Cuomo signed a one-year extension of the e-prescribing mandate that will require that all prescriptions be submitted electronically. The bill to delay the mandate was unanimously passed by both houses of the New York State Legislature. The mandate will now go into effect on March 27, 2016.
- 2015 Budget, Policies and Program Issues
- Our ICD-10 page.
- Firearm Injury Prevention - Government Interference with Private Practice infographic
- Pre-participation Physical Examinations