Earn free CME, COPIC points, and ABP MOC Parts 2 and 4!

CCHAPs training modules on Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders (PMAD) are now available for convenient, self-paced, online learning. Complete one or all four and earn up to 4 CME credits, up to 2 COPIC Points, and up to 4 MOC Part 2 points. After completing the modules, if you would like to work on your PMAD screening processes, CCHAP can provide technical assistance and pediatricians can earn MOC Part 4 credit. These training modules are intended for practices that are just starting to think about implementing screening as well as those that have been screening for years but could tighten up some of their operational procedures.

Downloadable Tools Included:

Caregiver Consent

If the person you are screening is not your patient, your typical consent to treat forms may not be sufficient. CCHAP includes a COPIC approved consent form for you to download, customize and use in your practice.

Policy and Procedures Template

The Policy and Procedure Template will walk you through the steps necessary to create a comprehensive P & P and help you prepare for any screening result.

Billing and Coding

CCHAP provides information on how to correctly bill and code for PMAD screening in primary care pediatrics.

Pregnancy-related depression and anxiety are the most common complications of pregnancy with approximately 1 in 7 in Colorado women experiencing postpartum depression. Pediatric primary care practices are well-positioned to administer a standard screening tool to identify symptoms of depression or anxiety in new mothers during well-child visits, as they are often a mother’s first and most frequent contact with the healthcare system after delivery.
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This Enduring Material activity, Screening for Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders in Primary Care Pediatric Settings, has been reviewed and is acceptable for credit by the American Academy of Family Physicians. Term of approval begins 06/01/2020. Term of approval is for one year from this date. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.