Our Office of Children with Special Healthcare Needs has been working with UnitedHealthcare Community Plans and the AHCCCS to support an important free Conference on July 25 to improve the care delivery system in Arizona for children and youth with special health care needs and disabilities and their families.
The goal of the free Conference is to provide tools to primary care physicians, behavioral health providers and their staff to incorporate innovative best practice approaches as they care for children and youth with special health care needs and disabilities and their families. It’s called “Opening the Doors to People with Special Needs: Solutions to Prepare Your Practice”.
The Conference offers health professionals an opportunity to interact with peers throughout the State acquiring continuing medical education (CMEs) and tools to take back to their practices as well as networking with community based organizations that promote health advocacy for individuals with disabilities across the lifespan. Providers can attend in person or via Webex. It’s easy to sign up and it’s free-including a complimentary lunch.
Please let your provider Stakeholder networks know about this important training event.
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