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Patient Care Resources - Practice Guidelines and Tips - 2022
U.S. Food & Drug Administration – Educational Resources: Ensuring Safe Use of Medicine

Ensuring Safe Use of Medicine

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Patient Care Resources - Patient Resource - 2022
Oral Health Care During Pregnancy and Early Childhood Practice Guidelines
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Patient Care Resources - Practice Guidelines and Tips - 2021
New York State Office for the Prevention of Domestic Violence
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Patient Care Resources - Video - 2020
Pillars of Wellness for New Yorkers Seeking Longevity & Quality During COVID–19 (Video)

Healthfirst’s semiannual Provider Symposium, held on November 13, 2020, offered a unique opportunity for experts from healthcare delivery, public health, and the community to share prevention-based initiatives in the health delivery system for vulnerable patients. Featured speakers highlighted early successes in engaging Healthfirst members, practices, and communities in innovative programs that address the health trajectory of New Yorkers.

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Patient Care Resources - Video - 2020
Healthfirst Best Practices Webinar Series: Access to Care: Technology Solutions

The Best Practices Webinar Series consists of five live webinars that offer best practices to Healthfirst providers around improving member outcomes and quality measures. Each webinar has an expert panel followed by a Q&A session. The theme of this webinar is Access to Care: Technology Solutions.

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Patient Care Resources - Video - 2020
Second Annual Best Practices CME Part 1 - August 11, 2020

Second Annual Best Practices Conference on August 11, 2020 Hosted by Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and Healthfirst The goal of Healthfirst’s Best Practices CME activity is to increase attendees’ knowledge of emerging strategies for addressing health needs and for reducing racial health disparities among New Yorkers in the era of COVID-19. It addresses strategies to optimize meaningful and measurable health outcomes for individuals in populations impacted by COVID-19. Participants will consider the tools and resources that can address the opportunities, challenges, and impacts on managing the health of these New Yorkers. This includes policymaking; social, geographic, racial, and age-related factors; and structural components of the healthcare delivery system.

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Patient Care Resources - Video - 2020
Healthfirst Best Practices Webinar Series: Equity, COVID, and Substance Use Disorders

The Best Practices Webinar Series consists of five live webinars that offer best practices to Healthfirst providers around improving member outcomes and quality measures. Each webinar has an expert panel followed by a Q&A session. The theme of this webinar is Equity, COVID, and Substance Use Disorders

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Patient Care Resources - Video - 2020
Healthfirst’s Second Annual Best Practices (CME) Conference - Part 2

Second Annual Best Practices Conference on September 24, 2020 Hosted by Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and Healthfirst The goal of Healthfirst’s Best Practices CME activity is to increase attendees’ knowledge of emerging strategies for addressing health needs and for reducing racial health disparities among New Yorkers in the era of COVID-19. It addresses strategies to optimize meaningful and measurable health outcomes for individuals in populations impacted by COVID-19. Participants will consider the tools and resources that can address the opportunities, challenges, and impacts on managing the health of these New Yorkers. This includes policymaking; social, geographic, racial, and age-related factors; and structural components of the healthcare delivery system.

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Patient Care Resources - Video - 2020
CAMS 093020

Hosted by Chinese American Medical Society Speaker: Erica N. Hutchison, Ph.D., Senior Clinical Psychologist, Department of Academic Affairs, Maimonides Medical Center Arts and humanities play a critical role in how we understand ourselves and each other on a human level. Our interactions with the arts, whether active or passive, can impact how we view and make sense of the world around us.

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Patient Care Resources - Video - 2021
Developmental and Behavioral Health Screening in Pediatrics: Best Practices and Challenges (Video)

Healthfirst, in collaboration with the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and New York State American Academy of Pediatrics - Chapter 3, hosted a virtual continuing medical education conference on October 17, 2020. This CME activity is designed to provide general pediatricians and family practitioners with the most up-to-date guidance on developmental and behavioral screening practices. The event addressed strategies that general pediatricians and family practitioners can use to implement this guidance in their offices and the challenges they and the families in their care might face.

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Patient Care Resources - Video - 2021
Health Homes–What General Pediatricians Needs to Know about Services for Medically Complex Children (Video)

Healthfirst hosted this webinar on October 27, 2020, to educate general pediatric practitioners about Health Home services. This webinar includes a presentation by Healthfirst’s Health Home team and Director of Children’s Services, followed by case presentations and a Q&A session.

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Patient Care Resources - Video - 2021
Addressing Maternal Health, Equality Equation for Women (Video)

Healthfirst hosted an Antiracism and Health Equity Conference on December 8, 2020. During this conference, we discussed the underlying and contributing factors of health inequities. We also explored best practices to help address these inequities and improve health outcomes for our most vulnerable populations. The conference consisted of three webinars. The theme of this webinar is Addressing Maternal Health and the Equality Equation for Women.

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