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781
3618 New Vision Drive, Fort Wayne, IN 46845
Healthcare Provider, Non-profit
http://www.parkview.com/en/Pages/default.aspx
782
Campus Box 8116, St. Louis, MO 63110
University
783
Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston, MA 02115
Community, Healthcare Provider
Partners Asthma Center Community Asthma Program (CAP) is a broad community asthma awareness program of the Brigham and Women’s Hospital that conducts asthma education programs and trainings, provides collegial support and medical updates on asthma for physician and nurses at Brigham-affiliated Neighborhood Health Centers, and develops educational materials.
www.asthma.partners.org
784
807 Walker Avenue, Memphis, TN 38126
University
The Partnership for Asthma Trigger-free Homes (PATH) is a study targeting low-income, minority populations that, through education intervention, is designed to improve knowledge about asthma and promote behaviors in adults that can reduce indoor asthma triggers.
785
305 West Broadway, Louisville, KY 40202
Health Plan
The Asthma Disease Management Program strives to educate members and providers about the proper management of persistent asthma according to the NHLBI Asthma Guidelines to improve members' quality of life.
786
29 Emerson Avenue, Gloucester, MA 01930
Non-profit
Pathways for Children is a leading provider of high quality early childhood education services to children in 13 communities by well-trained, dedicated professionals who understand the needs of the developing child. These programs help assure that each child enters school prepared and excited to continue learning. By celebrating the strengths of each family, and providing social service assistance when needed, Pathways invests in their future success.
pw4c.org
787
1201 Heritage Circle, Pawnee, OK 74058
Government, Tribal
The Pawnee Asthma Program serves to improve the quality of life and access to care for children by forming partnerships with schools, conducting outreach and education, operating a clinic, and establishing an asthma registry, among other activities.
788
1201 Heritage Circle, Pawnee, OK 74058
Government
The Asthma EPA program at Pawnee IHS is targeted at pediatric patients who have been diagnosed with asthma.
789
134 Thurbers Ave, Providence, RI 02905
Non-profit
The PCI program has a home based education component as well as a policy component. The goal is to provide education to help children and families with asthma maintain their treatment as well as to address systematic issues that contribute to the burden of asthma in the community.
790
9425 N MacArthur Blvd, Irving, TX 75063
Community, Non-profit, School
Much of the day-to-day responsibility for managing asthma falls on the child and their parents. However, because of the time spent in school, school staff can become a partner in the management of the disease. Their active participation through Peak Performance USA, with the help of the respiratory care practitioner, in a partnership with the physician, child and parents can help the child participate fully in school activities.
http://www.peakperformanceusa.info
791
5901 SW Macadam Ave., Portland, OR 97239
Healthcare Provider, Non-profit
Private practice pediatricians in NW Oregon and SW Washington unite through the Children's Health Foundation to measure actionable asthma care goals via a pediatric asthma registry and utilize rapid-cycle quality improvement to implement provider-led solutions resulting in high quality asthma care management that enhances pediatric asthma care delivery and improves the health of children with asthma.
http://www.ch-alliance.org
792
Whitney M. Young, Jr. Health Services, Troy, NY 12180
Coalition
The Pediatric Asthma Coalition of the Capital Region is a coalition of health professionals, community organizations and individuals dedicated to reducing the burden of childhood asthma.
793
355 Harlem Road, West Seneca , NY 14224
Community
Infancy stage of developing an community quality improvement pilot in one Erie with plans to scale-up and spread to all eight counties of WNY.
794
2150 Corbin Avenue, New Britain, CT 06053
Non-profit
A newly formed pediatric asthma disease management program designed to better serve the children in our community. Designed and run by AE-C respiratory therapists.
hfsc.org
795
1300 N. Vermont Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90027
Healthcare Provider, Non-profit
The Pediatric Asthma Disease Management Program (PADM) at QueensCare Family Clinics offers a state-of-the-art, integrated model of pediatric asthma prevention and treatment to measurably improve the diagnosis, treatment and control of asthma in QFC’s pediatric patients.
http://www.queenscarefamilyclinics.org/node/93
796
9000 Franklin Square Drive, Baltimore, MD 21237
Community, Healthcare Provider, Non-profit
The Pediatric Asthma Group conducts education for Medical Residents, medical staff, and primary care providers in order to standardize care and improve patient outcomes.
797
4301 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20008
Coalition, Non-profit
The goal of the National Environmental Education Foundation’s (NEEF) Pediatric Asthma Initiative is to integrate the environmental management of asthma into pediatric health care.
http://www.neefusa.org/health/asthma/index.htm
798
625 Albany St, Boston, MA 02118
Healthcare Provider, University
Environmental management of pediatric asthma education for health care providers in region 1
http://www.neefusa.org/health/asthma/index.htm
799
University of Washington, Box 359739, Seattle, WA 98195
Community, Healthcare Provider, University
As part of the National Environmental Education Foundation’s Pediatric Asthma Initiative, a faculty champion in region 10 is taking a leadership role in integrating environmental management of pediatric asthma into education and practice at the University of Washington and throughout Region 10. The faculty champion is training other faculty members, students, residents, and health care professi
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University of Washington, Box 359739, Seattle, WA 98195
Community, Healthcare Provider, University
As part of the National Environmental Education Foundation’s (NEEF) Pediatric Asthma Initiative, a faculty champion in the region is taking a leadership role in integrating environmental management of pediatric asthma into education and practice at the University of Washington and throughout Region 10.

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