• 4617 Freeport Blvd, Suite F, Sacramento, CA 95822
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on your Children

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Children’s Medical Alliance offers comprehensive, well-rounded, medical care for all children from birth to college age in the greater Sacramento Area. Our network services range from well-baby visits to pediatric specialists to meet the diverse needs of our members.

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Mission

Children's Medical Alliance strives to create long-term, collaborative relationships built on trust and mutual respect. We believe in prevention of disease and promotion of healthy life-styles for all children. We strive to be an efficient and cost-effective practice model in meeting the needs of children during times of health, as well as in times of illness. We practice medicine as a team and value the contributions of all of our staff in providing excellent medical care and service. We believe in the ethical practice of medicine, provide leadership throughout the community and provide service of those in our community in need.

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Vision

As both doctors and devoted parents, we can tell you what a positive physician experience means to us. It means giving each child the individual attention and treating them with the care and gentleness we would want for our very own.

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Core Values

For families, care for their children is a priority. Families often choose their health plan based upon their relationship with their family caregiver. However, since children are often lower cost, employers and health plans are often indifferent to the unique needs of children. This is an opportunity.

  • Focus on prevention and wellness
  • Keep children on the developmental trajectory
  • Pediatric care management and coordination for needy or high risk patients
  • Pediatric specific measures aligned with other core measures
  • Report outcome measures and evolve toward alternative payment models.
    • Child specific considerations, e.g. attribution, measures
    • Common attribution method
    • Total cost of care (excluding discount)
  • Integrate claims with population management registry
    • Assess individual patient utilization patterns to customize care
    • Assess aggregated population patterns of utilization and outcome measures
  • Budget model with shared savings and individual provider distributions
  • Blended pmpm care management or PCPCH tier, integration of CHDP into blended CAP
  • Phone consultation reimbursement
  • Shared hospital budget savings, in a full risk model
  • Bundled payment
  • Incentives for timely and precise communication during care transitions (PMF)
  • Providers are aligned for quality, not because of system allegiance
  • A specialty network developed by primary care providers based upon access, communication and cost
  • A collaborative payor-practice care management model
  • Quality initiatives enabled by collaboration with over twenty organizations
  • Local and national presentations about what we've learned
  • Utilize non-profits and public services as additional resources for our patients
  • Innovative three year partnership with a Cordinated Care Organization
  • Use uniform survey across practices for individual, practice and system improvement
  • Consider cost sharing for administration of the survey. Share results. Collaborate on improvements

Pediatrics Specialties

Child Neurology

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Pediatric Neurology or Child Neurology refers to a specialized branch of medicine that deals with the diagnosis and management of neurological conditions - it encompasses diseases and disorders of the spinal cord, brain, peripheral nervous system, autonomic nervous system, muscles and blood vessels that affect neonates (newborns), infants, children and adolescents.

Child Cardiology

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Pediatric Cardiologists care for patients with congenital or acquired cardiac and cardiovascular abnormalities. Pediatric Cardiologists evaluate and care for fetuses, neonates, infants, children, adolescents, and young adults. The scope of conditions cared is broad and includes congenital heart defects, heart muscle disorders, rhythm disturbances, hypertension, and other systemic disorders affecting the cardiovascular system.

Endocrinology

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Pediatric endocrinology is a medical subspecialty dealing with disorders of the endocrine glands. Hormones are chemicals that affect how other parts of the body work such as variations of physical growth, puberty, diabetes, and sexual development in childhood.

Orthotics & Prosthetics

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Orthotics and Prosthetics support or replace body parts that are not working well due to a congenital defect or a necessary amputation. Orthotics, such as splints, support or correct a part of the body. Leg braces and shoe inserts are examples of orthotics. Prosthetics replace missing body parts.

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Well-Baby Visit

A well-baby visit is a routine check-up where Pediatricians evaluate your baby’s development, including height, weight, head circumference, and administer any necessary vaccines. Well-baby visits are recommended at 2 weeks, followed by visits at 2, 4, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18, and 24 months old and annually thereafter.

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Pediatric Care

The medical care related to the physical, mental, and social developmental health of children from birth through adolescence.

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Why Choose CMA?

CMA understands that your child’s health requires individual attention and care during treatment.

Well-Baby Visit

A well-baby visit is a routine check-up where Pediatricians evaluate your baby’s development, including height, weight, head circumference, and administer any necessary vaccines. Well-baby visits are recommended at 2 weeks, followed by visits at 2, 4, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18, and 24 months old and annually thereafter.

Pediatric Care

The medical care related to the physical, mental, and social developmental health of children from birth through adolescence.

Why Choose CMA?

CMA understands that your child’s health requires individual attention and care during treatment.

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Children's Medical Alliance

4617 Freeport Blvd, Suite F, Sacramento, CA 95822

Office:(916) 422-7273

Fax:(916) 422-2127

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