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1. Meetings Facilitated by OPIP
2. Regional & National Presentations
Meetings Facilitated by OPIP
Reuland, C. Oregon Pediatric Improvement Partnership: Partner Meeting. March 17, 2020. Portland, OR.
Stakeholder Meeting with Rita Mangione-Smith, MD:
Reuland, C., Mangione-Smith, R. Complex Care Management for Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs (CYSHCN). Stakeholder Meeting with Rita Mangione-Smith, MD: August 2016, Portland, OR.
Stakeholder Meeting with Richard Antonelli, MD:
Reuland, C. Opportunities, Levers, & Potential Barriers to Improving Systems and Services for Children and Youth with Special Health Needs. Stakeholder Meeting with Richard Antonelli, MD: October 2015, Portland, OR.
ECHO Learning Collaborative Keynote Sessions:
Reuland, C., Gallia, C., Gillespie, R., Droppers, O. Enhancing Child Health in Oregon (ECHO): Advancing Transformation and the Triple Aim. Final reflections from the ECHO project: November 2014, Portland, OR. To access more information on the ECHO project, click here.
McAllister, J. Getting to ‘Transformation’ in the Pediatric Medical Home. ECHO Learning Session 5: November 2013, Portland, OR.
Haywood, M. Novel Interventions in Children’s Healthcare (NICH): Engaging Patients and Families. ECHO Learning Session 4: May 2013, Portland, OR.
Pollack, D. Behavioral Health Aspects of Integrated Care. ECHO Learning Session 3: November 2012, Portland, OR.
Nickel, R. The What, Why, Who and How of Care Coordination: A Symphony in B flat Major. ECHO Learning Session 2: May 2012, Portland, OR.
Bergman, D. Children with Special Health Care Needs: Identification and care coordination. ECHO Learning Session 1: November 2011, Portland, OR.
Care Coordination for Children and Youth – Ensuring a Family-centered Focus and Synergy Across Care Coordination Efforts in Oregon:
Cooley, WC. Care Coordination – Assuring a Family-Centered Approach. Tri-State Children’s Health Improvement Consortium – Care Coordination Conference Meeting: June 2012, Portland, OR.
Regional & National Presentations
Reuland, C. Galvanizing Action for Children with Health Complexity in Douglas County. Meeting led by the Oregon Pediatric Improvement Partnership (OPIP), hosted by The Ford Family Foundation and Supported by Local Community Partners Services on the Steering Committee. Douglas County ESD Library, March 3, 2020.
Reuland, C. Pathways from Developmental Screening to Services: Ensuring Young Children Identified At-risk Receive Best Match Follow-up. State Interagency Coordinating Council, Oregon Department of Education, January 24, 2020.
Maximizing System-Level Data to Address Health and Social Complexity in Children: Spotlight on Oregon’s Current Journey. Technical Assistance Call for Arizona, January 2020.
— This presentation, delivered to Arizona state partners as part of a grant from the Lucile Packard Foundation for Children’s Health, highlighted Oregon’s health complexity data and explored strategies and learnings to improve supports for children with health complexity.
Pathways from Developmental Screening to Services: Ensuring Young Children Identified At-risk Receive Best Match Follow-up. Community-based quality improvement effort led by the Early Learning Hub of Central Oregon in partnership with OPIP. Stakeholder Meeting, December 2019.
Reuland, C. Key Learnings from Two Efforts led by the Oregon Pediatric Improvement Partnership & Implications for the Early Learning System. Oregon Early Learning Council, May 2018, Salem, OR.
Reuland, C., Harnisch L., Richter, J. Ensuring Follow-up to Developmental Screening: Community-Based Approaches With Primary Care, Early Intervention, and Early Learning. 2017 Zero to Three Annual Conference, November 2017, San Diego, CA.
Reuland, C. From Developmental Screening to Follow-up: Lessons from a Community-based Approach Engaging Primary Care, Early Intervention, and Early Learning System Providers. Child Care and Education Researchers Roundtable, October 2017, Troutdale, OR.
Reuland, C. Using and Leveraging Data to Improve Quality of Care for CYSHCN. National Academy for State Health Policy Annual Conference, October 2017, Portland, OR.
Reuland, C. Ensuring Young Children Identified on Developmental Screening Receive Follow-up: Lessons from a Community-based Approach Engaging Primary Care, Early Intervention, and Early Learning System Providers. American Academy of Pediatrics National Conference, September 2017, Chicago, IL.
Reuland, C. Pathways from Developmental Screening to Services: Spotlight of Efforts, Learnings and Future Opportunities to Better Serve Children 0-3 Identified At-Risk for Delays. Presentation to the House Committee on Early Childhood and Family Supports, April 2017, Salem, OR.
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Reuland, C. Measurement 101: Why Metrics Are an Integral Part of Improvement & How to Incorporate Them Into Your PIP Reporting Strategies. Presentation to the Quality and Health Outcomes Committee, March 2017, Salem, OR.
Reuland, C. Pathways from Developmental Screening to Services: Spotlight of Efforts, Learnings and Future Opportunities to Better Serve Children 0-3 Identified At-Risk for Delays. Presentation to the Early Learning Council, February 2017, Salem, OR.
Reuland, C. Pathways for Referral & Follow-Up to Developmental Screening: Highlight of OPIP’s Work in Marion, Polk, and Yamhill County. Early Learning Hub Learning Collaborative Event, January 2017, Albany, OR.
Reuland, C. Working with Community Members: How to Engage with Awareness of the Differences between Community and Health Care Settings. QCorp Event: Community Physicians Development Academy, January 2017, Portland, OR.