Tennessee's Voice for Children & Pediatricians
Tennessee Chapter of American Academy of Pediatrics is a statewide professional membership & child advocacy organization dedicated to the health, safety, and well-being of infants, children, and adolescents.
Tennessee AAP Highlights
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Tennessee AAP Programs
BEHIP training provides pediatric healthcare providers with tools to screen, assess, and manage patients with emotional, behavioral and substance abuse concerns.
PHiiT is a public-private partnership of organizations and individuals supporting the improvement of the physician-led clinical care for children in Tennessee.
START helps pediatric care providers learn skills and strategies to implement routine screening using standardized screening tools as part of their health care procedures.
EPSDT & Coding provides training to help improve the quality of preventive health screens and can assist with pediatric coding issues through various resources and services.
The Immunization Program works to reverse the recent decline in childhood vaccinations and preventive care by collaborating with providers and practices.