About Sanjeev Tuli
Dr. Tuli serves as Associate Chair, Department of Pediatrics and Chief, Division of General Academic Pediatrics at UF, a division with forty faculty and thirty four Advanced Practitioner Registered Nurses, Physician Assistants, Lactation consultants, Psychologists and Psychotherapists.
Dr. Tuli is well known for his interest and expertise in pediatric dermatology, infectious diseases, allergies, asthma, and creating and managing a medical home for children with special healthcare needs. He serves as co-chair of the College of Medicine’s Faculty Group Practice Quality and Safety Committee and as a board member and Quality and Utilization Management Committee member of Ped-I-Care with points of focus including patient satisfaction, quality, and safety. He completed his Master of Education degree and was inducted in COM prestigious Society of Teaching Scholars. Dr. Tuli has been very active in conducting research on quality improvement and resident education issues such as teaching developmental screening in continuity clinics and determining factors that lead to improved outcomes in resident education. He has been involved with improving vision screening, especially in preschool children at the local and national levels.
At the national level, Dr Tuli served on the American Academy of Pediatrics’ National Committee on Coding and Nomenclature (COCN). The policy work of the COCN directly affects reimbursement for pediatricians throughout the nation. He serves on the Editorial Advisory Board for AAP’s Coding Publications and Consultant FOR PEDIATRICIANS. One of the most important roles Dr Tuli served at the national level is as the “AAP CPT Alternate Advisor” to the American Medical Association. In this role, he helped review other national organizations’ CPT code change proposals for potential pediatric impacts as well as shepherd Academy-sponsored proposals through the code development process. At the state level, he serves on and the AAP Florida Chapter, Practice Management Committee and Florida Pediatric Council.
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