Section on Endocrinology
Pediatric Endocrinologists treat children who have problems
with growth, puberty, diabetes, or other disorders related
to the hormones and the glands that produce them.

What’s New:

FREE MEMBER BENEFIT!  EQIPP Courses that have been approved by the ABP for MOC Part 4 credit:– online courses are designed to meet Maintenance of Certification Part 4: Performance in Practice Requirements. The goal of EQIPP is to help physicians collect and analyze practice data over time to document improved quality of care.  Physicians will learn what steps are necessary improve their quality of care and be able to transfer their skills to multiple pediatric-specific clinical and practice management topics. 

  • EQIPP: STEP Up Diabetes Care: Screening, Testing, Education, and Prevention
  • EQIPP: Growth Surveillance and Linear Growth Failure

FREE TRIAL of PREP Endocrinology
FREE TRIAL of PREP Endocrinology: State-of-the art online education written by and for pediatric endocrinologists

Prepare for exams, Acquire ABP MOC Part 2 self-assessment and life-long learning points, and Earn CME credits

Pediatric Endocrinologists must sign up for Medicaid payment increase
As part of the Affordable Care Act, pediatricians can receive increased Medicaid payments to Medicare levels for certain primary care and immunization administration services. In order to receive these increased payments, qualifying pediatricians must sign up with their state Medicaid offices. For more information on the Medicaid payment increase and information on how to sign up in your state, visit the AAP website. It’s not too late; so sign up today.

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