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Maggie Sommers
Program Manager
13001 East 17th Place, C-295
Aurora CO 80045
QI ProjectProject LeadProject Lead Contact
Just Check It™ – A Home Blood Pressure Management Program and Reporting SystemJack Westfall MD,
National Committee for Quality Assurance Recognition of a Patient-Centered Medical HomeAimee Falardeau-English,
Priority Structured Paging (PSP)Eric Martin,
State Innovation Model (SIM) InitiativeW. Perry Dickinson,


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Access for AutismAnn Reynolds,
Design and Implementation of a Quality Improvement Program for Nephrotoxic Medication-Associated Acute Kidney Injury: The NINJA Program (Nephrotoxic Injury Negated by Just in Time Action)Katja Gist,
BMT Ready for DischargeJohn A. Craddock,
CHCO Antimicrobial Stewardship Program (ASP)Sarah Parker,
Chemo ReliabilityKelly Maloney,
Improving Asthma Action Plan ComplianceMark A Brown,
Improving Clinic On-Time StartMichael Narkewicz,
Implementing Sustainable and Effective Case Review process in Pediatric Emergency Departments and Urgent Care SitesIrina Topoz,
Improving Patient-to-Provider Ratios on Acute Care Resident TeamsJustin Lockwood,
Increasing Clinical Pathway Utilization in the Emergency Department at CHCOIrina Topoz,
Medical Readiness Criteria for DischargeDavid Brumbaugh,
QI Process Implementation for Therapeutic Activity and Early-Mobilization of Critically Ill ChildrenMatthew Mayer,
Reducing Catheter Associated Urinary Tract InfectionsDaniel Hyman, MD,
Reducing Serious Safety events at Children's Hospital ColoradoDaniel Hyman, MD,
Reduction in the Incidence of Laryngospasm During Pediatric Flexible BronchoscopyEmily DeBoer,
Target Zero - The Elimination of Preventable Harm at Children's Hospital Colorado_Series 6_CKD StewardshipDaniel Hyman, MD,
Target Zero: PICU Quality Safety and Performance Improvement Council (QSPC)Todd Carpenter,
Time to Acute Care Children’s Hospital ColoradoTim Garrington,
Timeliness of Initiation of Physical Therapy After ACL TearEmily Sweeney,
Tracking post-endoscopy adverse events in children: An ongoing prospective quality improvement programRobert Kramer,
Using Best Practice Alerts to Improve Flu Vaccination Documentation among Pulmonary OutpatientsGwendolyn Kerby,
Vitamin D Deficiency in Biliary AtresiaMichael Narkewicz,


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Improving HPV Vaccination Rates in Denver Metro Clinics (Denver Metro Alliance for HPV Prevention)Judith Shlay, MD,


Physician Attestation

All physicians, including project leaders, participating in any MOC Part IV project must submit a physician attestation to receive credit.  If approved, participation will be reported to the national Multi-Specialty MOC Program and the participating specialty boards or the NCCPA.  Participants must be part of an approved project and may submit an attestation at any time as long as the QI effort is ongoing.

MOC Part IV Project Application Form

Use this form to submit your Quality Improvement project to the QPRB.  Once approved, your project will be submitted to the Multi-Specialty MOC Program (within ABMS) and the participating specialty boards.  Please only submit one form per project.  This form may also be used for the pre-approval of new QI efforts.