CTC held another ‘Breakfast of Champions’ session on May 11th at the Shriners Imperial Room in Cranston. The first part of the morning featured a joint presentation on the Integrated Approach to Diabetes Care by Marty Kerzer, DO and Kristin David, PsyD. Collectively, they shared Associates in Primary Care’s approach and results achieved in lowering A1C through group visits. Karyn Horowitz, MD, director of outpatient child psychiatry & behavioral health services at Lifespan and clinical associate professor of psychiatry and human behavior at Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University provided an overview of PediPRN’s services, next steps planned for PediPRN together with actual cases demonstrating the value PediPRN to Pediatric practices. Wrapping up the morning presentations, Nelly Burdette, PsyD gave a talk on “What’s integrated care got to do with it?”. The presentation provided an overview of the CTC IBH pilot programs in primary care, reviewed cost and quality data and shared lessons learned, challenges and opportunities.
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Agenda & Presentations:
The Rhode Island Shriners Imperial Room
1 Rhodes Place
Cranston, RI 02905