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Closed MOC Part IV Approved Efforts

The efforts listed below have been reviewed and approved by the UR Medicine MOC Program in the past. While none of these are open to new participants at this point, the list demonstrates the breadth of improvement efforts that URMC have received credit for previously.

  • Adherence to Antiemetic Guidelines in Pediatric Patients with Cancer
  • Adolescent Depression Screening and Follow up
  • ABPM in CKD/Renal Transplant Patients
  • Assessment and Documentation of Food Allergy
  • Breastfeeding Friends
  • COVID Telemedicine Transition in UR Medicine Geriatric Group Skilled Nursing Facilities and Assisted Living Homes
  • Encouraging Early Hand Expression in High-Risk Mothers who are Separated from their Infants at Birth
  • Implementing the We Care Screen into eRecord
  • Implementation of a No Hit Zone to Improve Communication with patient families about the use of physical discipline
  • Implementation of Delirium Screening and Delirium Treatment Guidelines
  • Improvement in Pediatric Cancer Survivorship Care Plans
  • Improving counseling and pregnancy screening in female pediatric rheumatology patients taking teratogenic medications
  • Improving Identification and PCP Notification of Pediatric Cardiology Patients eligible for Pneumococcal Polysaccharide Vaccination (PPSV23) • Improving Safety and Accuracy of Inpatient Insulin Management
  • Increasing HIV Screening for Adolescents
  • LEAD the Way
  • Minimizing Lung Injury: An Initiative to Reduce Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia
  • Patient Counseling Against Drowsy Driving
  • Promoting Early Use of Expected Discharge Date in Pediatric Hospital Medicine
  • Quality in Scoring Overnight Sleep Studies
  • Reducing Leg Blood Pressure Measurement in Children
  • Standardization of Sedation for Neonatal Non-emergent Intubation
  • Telemedicine for ADHD Follow-up in Primary Care
  • Use of Clinical Decision Support to Capture AUC for Imaging Studies - Upgrade ACR Select to Care Select
  • Use of a standardized communication tool in multidisciplinary pre-clinic planning
  • Using Technology to Improve the Care of Patients with Parkinson’s Disease