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About Children’s Clinically Integrated Network

In order to best serve our patients in this environment of healthcare reform, community providers and Seattle Children’s have developed a Clinically Integrated Network (CIN). The purpose of the CIN is to develop clinical initiatives designed to improve the quality of healthcare delivered to children in our community and reduce costs associated with care.

Our mission is to enhance the health and well-being of children in our community across the continuum of care through excellence in primary care, inpatient and specialty services, and in world-class clinical research. 

Benefits of Membership

  • Care coordination and transparency between community provider, specialist and Seattle Children’s
  • Improved service for patients, families and referring providers
  • Consistent protocols to streamline behavior and better outcomes
  • Shared data, analytics and information between patient, provider and payor
  • Improved patient safety
  • Gains in market, clinical and financial knowledge
  • Reduction in cost due to elimination of redundancies
  • Mutually beneficial contractual relationships

If your practice is interested in learning more or becoming a member of Seattle Children's Clinically Integrated Network, please email Dr. Sandy Melzer or Dr. Glenn Lux.

2014–2015 Board

  • Dr. Harris Baden (CUMG)
  • Dr. Christianne Eldred (Ballard Pediatrics)
  • Dr. Howard Jeffries (CUMG)
  • Christine Kessler (CUMG)
  • Dr. Scott Kronlund (Northwest Physicians Network)
  • Dr. Glenn Lux (Pediatric Associates)
  • Dr. Sandy Melzer (Seattle Children’s)
  • Dr. Paul Merguerian (CUMG)
  • Dr. Rob Roskin (Pediatric Associates)
  • Kelly Wallace (Seattle Children’s)
  • Dr. Melissa Walsh (Richmond Pediatrics)
  • Dr. Fred Walters (Bainbridge Pediatrics)

Contact Us

If your practice is interested in learning more or becoming a member of Seattle Children's Clinically Integrated Network, please email Dr. Sandy Melzer or Dr. Glenn Lux.

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