1. Incorporate evidence-based recommendations for well-child screening and immunizations into practice.
2. Provide leadership and strategies to coordinate care and communication with the discharging hospital of the newborn patient.
3. Implement the use of quality improvement strategies focused on care transition and communication, as well as children’s quality measures encompassing both physical and mental health.
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