Harry Keyserling, MD has been named the 2014 CDC Childhood Immunization Champion for Georgia. The CDC makes the award to individuals who have made important contributions to public health through their work in childhood immunizations. Dr. Keyserling's decades of leadership in vaccine research and policy make him Georgia's CDC Childhood Immunization Champion. Join the Chapter in congratulating Dr. Harry Keyserling.
Brad Weselman, MD, Decatur, has been selected by the American Board of Pediatrics as a Paul V Miles Fellow for 2014. He is one of two Fellows selected from an impressive field of nominees because of his contributions to quality improvement for children and what he has to offer the ABP during the fellowship year. Congratulations Dr. Weselman!
The payment increases (to Medicare rates) required by the ACA for calendar years 2013 and 2014 finally began in late February by the CMO’s in the Georgia Medicaid program. The CMO’s are making the payment increases back to January 1, 2013 and most plan to complete this “catch up” in March and April for all of the 2013 payments. Medicaid FFS began making
On March 28th, the Academy released the statement below about this year's National Resident Matching Program, also known as "Match Day."
Match Day Results: Pediatrics Tops All Match Categories
CHICAGO – The wait is over for thousands of medical school graduates who were matched to pediatric residency positions today in this year’s National Resident Matching Program (NRMP), also known as “Match Day.” Pediatrics positions were filled in 99.5 percent of all categorical pediatrics positions.