Our Partners

American Academy of Pediatrics

American Academy of Pediatrics Logo We are pleased to partner with the AAP to provide your families with the most current peer-reviewed pediatric content. With hundreds of topics on your website, parents will appreciate your commitment to them to give them the very best information to help them care for their children.

Barton D. Schmitt M.D.

Dr. Bart Schmitt Is Your Child Sick? is a collection of nearly 100 topics that address parent's most frequent concerns after hours. Written by Dr. Bart Schmitt, this content allows a worried parent to visit your site online to learn about 1. signs and symptoms, 2. when to call their doctor's office, 3. home treatment. The content correlates with Dr. Schmitt's book, Pediatric Telephone Protocols which is used by telephone nurses in over 20,000 physician practices throughout the country.

Barton Schmitt, M.D. is professor of pediatrics at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. He is Medical Director of the After-Hours Call Center at The Children's Hospital of Denver that covers calls for over 320 pediatricians and 100 family physicians throughout Colorado and Wyoming. He is the author of books/information sheets for parents, and telephone triage books/software for physicians.


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CHADIS CHADIS is a web-based screening, diagnostic and management system that administers and analyzes pre-visit, online questionnaires completed by parents, teens or teachers and provides clinicians with instant access to valuable clinical data and resources.

Through its process, CHADIS improves the detection and management of health-risk, developmental, emotional and behavioral issues, helping clinicians address parents' concerns about their child's health and development. (www.chadis.com)