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Enhancing Developmentally Oriented Primary Care

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The Enhancing Developmentally Oriented Primary Care Project (EDOPC) was a 2005-2013 partnership of the the Advocate Health Care, Healthy Steps Program and Illinois Chapter, American Academy of Pediatrics. Together, we worked to improve the delivery and financing of preventative health and developmental services for children birth to three. We built upon existing programs, such as the Health Steps model, to develop a range of strategies that primary care settings can implement to effectively provide comprehensive developmentally oriented health care.

Education for Providers

While the EDOPC project has sunset, trainings developed through this initiative continue to be available on partner websites. Trainings allows you to learn at your own pace. Available topics include:

  • Developmental Screening and Referral

  • Social, Emotional, and Autism Concerns

  • Coordinating Care between Early Intervention and the Primary Care Medical Home

  • Identifying Perinatal Maternal Depression During the Well-Visit

  • Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) and Its Effects on Children

  • Trauma-Informed Medical Home: Fostering Strengths & Resilience

  • Incorporating Bright Futures Into Primary Care Practice

Visit the Advocate Children’s Hospital website to access trainings on their site or visit the Illinois Chapter, AAP elearning site to view the trainings there. Details on CME credit and additional training offerings are available on the individual partner sites. First time visitors to the ICAAP elearning site must register, but it is free to do so.

Frequently Asked Questions

Find answers to frequently asked questions about conducting, documenting, coding, and billing for developmentally-oriented preventive health screenings and services.


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