|Dr. Robert Hilt from the PAL-PAK team at Seattle Children’s Hospital will share some principles, tricks and strategies on the use of telemedicine for practices trying to meet the care needs of families who can no longer come in to the office, along with an opportunity for providers to learn from each other.|
Session 1: Friday, April 10 at 12:00 p.m.
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* Note our next session will be a Tele-learning collaborative session 2 at noon on Thursday 4/16:Anxious/Somaticizing Youth in the setting of COVID-19. Dr. Hilt will discuss practical approaches to somatization and anxiety in children, and there will be an opportunity for providers to learn from each other.
|About The Partnership Access Line – Pediatric Alaska (PAL-PAK) offers immediate support to pediatric care providers (doctors, nurse practitioners and physician assistants) in Alaska who have questions about child and adolescent mental healthcare, such as diagnostic clarification, medication adjustment or treatment planning.|
PAL-PAK is available to any prescriber caring for children or teens in Alaska. The consultation service is state and grant funded, so there is no charge for calling the consultation line. Providers may call about any patient, regardless of the patient’s insurance type.
Consultations can be patient specific or can be general questions related to child psychiatry. The phone consultation is covered by HIPAA, section 45 CFR 164.506; no additional release of patient information is required to consult by phone.
Call 855-599-7257 (toll-free) Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Alaska time, to be directly connected to a child and adolescent psychiatrist.