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DC Department of Behavioral Health Awards Children’s National with Contract to Implement the DC Mental Health Access in Pediatrics Project

Washington, DC – The District of Columbia Department of Behavioral Health recently awarded Children’s National Health System with a contract to implement the DC Mental Health Access in Pediatrics (DC MAP) project.  DC MAP is a psychiatric consultation program that connects pediatric primary care providers to a mental health consultation team.


Your Practice’s ICD-10 Transition is in Good Hands. Yours.

It’s official: October 1, 2015 is the new ICD-10 compliance date. To help your practice with this transition, we’re excited to introduce the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ (CMS) new Road to 10 Program at

Developed in collaboration with small practice physicians, Road to 10 provides free and actionable tools, information, and training to support your ICD-10 journey.


What’s the Latest with the Flu? March 2015

Flu activity remains elevated, albeit overall decreasing in the United States. Influenza viruses are still causing disease, and have been known to still circulate into May and June. To date, 107 pediatric deaths have been reported this season.

Vaccination is the most effective solution for protecting children from influenza and its complications.


Call for Submissions: Janice Nittoli “Forward Thinking” Award


Are you—or is someone you know—undertaking groundbreaking policy research to address inequality? If the answer is yes, The Century Foundation needs your help.

We are conducting a nationwide search for the best, most innovative young thinkers under age 30 to apply for the Janice Nittoli “Forward Thinking” Award. The winner of the award will receive $7,500 to write a paper on an innovative strategy for alleviating poverty, which will be published and publicized by TCF.


CNHN Future Of Pediatrics 2015 CME Program: Tuesday-Wednesday, June 9-10, 2015

Please save TuesdayWednesday June 910, 2015 on your calendars for this year’s best CME program for practicing pediatricians – CNHN’s Future of Pediatrics 2015.  CNHN is busy planning two great days of “practical pediatrics for practicing pediatricians”.  If you have topic suggestions, please forward your ideas Donnita Pickett


When Science Isn’t Enough: Why Some People Have Stopped Vaccinating Their Kids – MARCH 19th

The recent outbreak of measles, a highly contagious disease that was previously eliminated in the United States, has reignited the debate around vaccination. Public misconceptions and misinformed spokespeople have led to anti-vaccination movements and vaccine hesitancy that jeopardize the health and well-being of communities, both in the United States and in Europe.


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