Child Health and Disability Prevention Exams

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    Health care providers that offer the Child Health and Disability Prevention Program, a health assessment and treatment program for low-income children and youth through age 21 that is designed to assure early detection, diagnosis and treatment of diseases or impairments which might adversely affect the individual's growth and development. CHDP exams generally include a complete physical examination; a dental assessment; a nutritional assessment; vision and hearing screening; immunizations; urine, blood and tuberculosis screening tests; specialized laboratory tests, as needed; and health education on topics such as tobacco use prevention, lead poisoning prevention and other issues pertaining to child health.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Care Coordination (Durango Office) - San Juan Basin Health DepartmentCare coordination is a function that supports information-sharing across providers, patients, types and levels of service, sites and time frames. Care Coordination Services: -Nurse Navigators -HCP Team for Children & Youth with Special Needs -Parents Plus Nurse for Families with Dependent Children -Family Health Coordinator for Families, Pregnant Women and Children -Health Insurance Enrollment (Medicaid, CHP+, Health Insurance Marketplace)La Plata County281 Sawyer DriveSan Juan Basin Public Health
    Care Coordination (Pagosa Springs Office) - San Juan Basin Health DepartmentCare coordination is a function that supports information-sharing across providers, patients, types and levels of service, sites and time frames. Care Coordination Services: -Nurse Navigators -HCP Team for Children & Youth with Special Needs -Parents Plus Nurse for Families with Dependent Children -Family Health Coordinator for Families, Pregnant Women and Children -Health Insurance Enrollment (Medicaid, CHP+, Health Insurance Marketplace)Archuleta County502 South 8th StreetSan Juan Basin Public Health
    Community Health Service - High Plains Community Health CenterHigh Plains Community Health Center provides quality, accessible primary health care services in Southeast Colorado. Services include Acute Illness Treatment, Chronic Disease Management, Community Classes and Events, Behavioral Health Services, Confidential Teen Services, Discounted Fees Based on Income, Emergency and After Hours Care, Family Medical and Dental Care, Family Planning Services, and more.Prowers CountyHigh Plains Community Health CenterHigh Plains Community Health Center
    Early and Periodic Screening, Diagnostic and Treatment (EPSDT) Program - Colorado Department of Health Care Policy and FinancingProvides comprehensive and preventive health care services for Health First Colorado (Colorado's Medicaid Program) members ages 20 and under, and pregnant adults. EPSDT ensures that children and youth receive appropriate preventive, dental, mental health, developmental, and specialty services. EPSDT stands for: Early - Assessing and identifying problems early. Periodic - Checking children's health at periodic, age-appropriate intervals. Screening - Providing physical, mental, developmental, dental, hearing, vision, and other screening tests to detect potential problems. Diagnostic - Performing diagnostic tests to follow up when a risk is identified. Treatment - Control, correct, or ameliorate health problems found.Denver CountyColorado Department of Health Care Policy and FinancingColorado Department of Health Care Policy and Financing
    Early Periodic Screening And Diagnostic Testing (EPSDT)To enable Medicaid recipients who are pregnant or under age 21 to obtain periodic physical examination and other health care benefits in order to prevent, detect, or treat health care problems early. Services Provided: -Outreach, case management and referrals -Health Information -Benefit Information -Client Advocacy -Assistance in making appointments and in complying with medical regimens What does EPSDT Screening Include? -A "head to toe" physical examination -A history of your child's growth, eating and illness patterns -A look at how your child is growing and developing -A look at all your child can do -A look at how your child plays and acts with others -Identifications of all diagnoses(medical conditions) -Immunizations(shots) -Health education, you may need -Adolescent maternity and family planning services -Lab tests, such as mandatory blood lead testing and any other test which will assist the doctor -A plan of treatmentMontrose County1845 S TOWNSEND AVEMontrose County Health and Human Services
    Healthy Communities - Mesa County Health DepartmentThe Healthy Communities Program helps children and pregnant women apply for CHP+ or Medicaid benefits and achieve or maintain health through regular checkups. Services include: - Direct pregnant women to B4Babies and Beyond for application assistance, a physician appointment and referrals to community resources. - Direct or help children apply for Medicaid or CHP+ and answer questions - Find a physician and Medical Home - Explain Medicaid and CHP+ benefits such as: - Vision care - Dental care - Mental health and behavioral services - Prescription drugs - Co payments - Put you in touch with other low or no cost services in the community like the Food Bank, transportation, Head Start, WIC supplemental food program and Nurse Family PartnershipMesa County510 29 1/2 RoadMesa County Public Health

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