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Register for Mandatory EPSDT Training: Well-Child Visit Billing 101

DHCF_logoDHCF has changed well-child visit billing for DC Medicaid providers serving children. All billing staff of pediatric (new and existing) providers enrolled in the DC Medicaid program must attend this training. The training will focus on the new well-child visit billing requirements, claims submission, and how to access necessary resources to help with the new billing process.

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Bright Futures 4th Edition: Public Review Deadline Extended: August 12, 2015

bright-futuresThe public review period for the Fourth Edition of the Bright Futures Guidelines for Health Supervision of Infants, Children, and Adolescents is now open.

We are indebted for your willingness to serve as a reviewer of the Fourth Edition, and we welcome your input. This document represents the combined efforts of four Age/Stage Expert Panels comprised of pediatricians, family physicians, nurse practitioners, nutritionists, mental health specialists, pediatric dentists and families.

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DC Council Introduces AED/CPR Legislation

dc-councilOn June 2, Councilmember Yvette Alexander, along with 7 other members of the DC Council introduced the “CPR and AED Requirements Act of 2015” (B21-243): http://lims.dccouncil.us/Legislation/B21-0243?FromSearchResults=true

The bill would require all schools in Washington, DC to have at least one automated external defibrillator (AED), and require certain school personnel to be trained in AED use and CPR.

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Be SMART! Join Moms Demand Action’s Gun Violence Prevention Campaign

bs-smart-for-kidsMoms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America has launched Be SMART, a public education campaign asking gun owners and non-gun owners alike to take simple steps to reduce the number of unintentional shootings, suicides, and homicides that occur when children or teens get a hold of guns that are not stored responsibly. 

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DC AAP Executive Director Advocates Before DC Council for Teen Pregnancy Prevention Funding

On April 22nd and May 1st, DC AAP Executive Director, Nancy Schoenfeld, testified at the D.C. Council Committee on Health and Human Services Budget Oversight Hearings advocating for reauthorization of the Teen Pregnancy Prevention Fund Establishment Act of 2014 to provide another year of funding for numerous highly effective teen pregnancy prevention programs. 

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Comprehensive DC Child & Adolescent Mental Health Resource Guide Now Available

baby-smiling-mental-healthThe DC Collaborative for Mental Health in Pediatric Primary Care is pleased to let you know that their comprehensive Child & Adolescent Mental Health Resource Guide is now available and can be accessed via the DC AAP website at DC HealthCheck. From there, you can access the full guide, or individual sections.

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