National Asthma & Allergy Awareness Month: PCCI's Pediatric Asthma Efforts Making A Difference With Dallas Children – PCCI

3 May 2021

National Asthma & Allergy Awareness Month: PCCI’s Pediatric Asthma Efforts Making A Difference With Dallas Children




Author: pcciadmin

To support  May being National Asthma & Allergy Awareness Month, please review the exciting programs and innovation PCCI has spearheaded to help children manage asthma:

27 MARCH 2020

IN THE NEWS: HCPLIVE – TEXT MESSAGE PLATFORM IMPROVES ASTHMA OUTCOMES

Yolande Pengetnze, MD, MS, senior medical director at PCCI spoke to HCPLive about a texting program designed to improve outcomes for patients with asthma and pregnant women, and how the technology can be used at other health systems and for other chronic conditions. Click the image below to read the full interview:

15 JANUARY 2020

PCCI POSTER PRESENTATION: PRETERM BIRTH & ASTHMA POSTER FROM IHI SCIENTIFIC SYMPOSIUM

PCCI’s text messaging program on asthma and preterm birth prevention was featured as a poster presentation at December’s Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) Scientific Symposium. The poster program titled “A Novel Evidence-Based Approach to Digital Outreach Improves Patient Engagement and Health Outcomes in Two Distinct Cohorts of Medicaid Patients,” was presented by by PCCI’s Senior Read More »

30 DECEMBER 2019

2019 YEAR IN REVIEW: PEDIATRIC ASTHMA

Among its accomplishments this year, PCCI reported how its predictive modeling helped reduce the harm caused by pediatric asthma. Please click on the image below to see how PCCI’s efforts were applied:

12 SEPTEMBER 2019

TEXAS MEDICINE MAGAZINE HIGHLIGHTS SUCCESS OF ONE CLINIC’S ALLERGY AND ASTHMA PILOT PROGRAM

The September issue of the Texas Medical Association’s magazine, Texas Medicine Magazine, featured the efforts of C. Turner Lewis, III, MD, Medical Director of Children’s Medical Clinics of East Texas, to mitigate the harmful effects of pediatric asthma and alergies. Dr. Lewis employed a pilot program that included elements of PCCI’s predictive modeling to help Read More »

29 JULY 2019

DEEP LEARNING MODEL TO PREDICT PEDIATRIC ASTHMA EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT VISITS

Pediatric asthma is the most prevalent chronic childhood illness, afflicting about 6.2 million children in the United States. However, asthma could be better managed by identifying and avoiding triggers, educating about medications and proper disease management strategies. Parkland Center for Clinical Innovation (PCCI) has been working with the Parkland Community Health Plan (PCHP) for the Read More »

17 JULY 2019

DALLAS MEDICAL JOURNAL: PEDIATRIC ASTHMA CONFRONT THE BARRIERS

PCCI’s mission is to support our community’s vulnerable populations, which includes helping children with chronic health issues, such as pediatric asthma. PCCI has been working for several years developing and testing predictive models to identify children at risk for asthma exacerbations. You can now see how this predictive modeling was used to help support pediatric asthma patients Read More »

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