Page ContentBright Futures is a national health promotion and prevention initiative, led by the American Academy of Pediatrics and supported by the Maternal and Child Health Bureau, Health Resources and Services Administration. The Bright Futures Guidelines provide theory-based and evidence-driven guidance for all preventive care screenings and well-child visits. Bright Futures content can be incorporated into many public health programs such as home visiting, child care, school-based health clinics, and many others. Materials developed especially for families are also available. Features For ProfessionalsBright Futures GuidelinesAt your fingertips, this manual provides the most respected recommendations for the top 10 areas of child development in 1 volume, along with the most up-to-date well-child supervision standards by visit.Learn moreBright Futures Tool and Resource KitThis kit provides an organized compilation of current forms and materials for seamless and effective inclusion of preventive health supervision and health screening for infants, children, and adolescents.Learn morePerforming Preventive ServicesDesigned to accompany Bright Futures: Guidelines for Health Supervision of Infants, Children, and Adolescents, 3rd Edition, this manual provides effective ways to deliver the preventive services that are suggested in the Guidelines.Learn moreAchieving Bright Futures This publication answers these key questions for each well-child visit: What does Bright Futures recommend and how are these services reported and paid for?Learn moreImplementing Bright Futures in Public HealthProfessionals can hear recorded audio stories of Bright Futures implementations and read highlights of how Bright Futures is being used by state agencies as the standard for well-child care and as essential content throughout many public health programs. Learn moreFor FamiliesFamily Pocket Guide—Available in English and SpanishDeveloped for families by families, in partnership with the AAP and other professionals, this convenient, attractive resource is based on the AAP’s Bright Futures: Guidelines for the Health Supervision of Infants, Children, and Adolescents, 3rd Edition.Learn moreBright Futures Activity Book—Available in English and SpanishTo encourage parent-child interaction, the Bright Futures Activity Book provides a fun, informative, and interactive overview of the 10 themes from the Bright Futures Guidelines for Health Supervision of Infants, Children, and Adolescents, 3rd Edition.Learn more Highlights and Announcements April 3, 2015The AAP provides coding Webinars, newsletters and fact sheets that outline the various codes for patient visits. View the Bright Future and Preventive Medicine Coding Fact Sheet.April 3, 2015"Raising of America: Early Childhood and the Future of Our Nation" is a documentary series that explores how a strong start for our children can lead to a healthier, stronger, and more equitable America. It is being screened around the country now and will be aired on PBS later this year.April 3, 2015Bright Futures Quarterly eNews available online. Subscribe to receive updates and announcements.April 3, 2015Read a new Lucile Packard Foundation blog post regarding care coordination entitled, Personal Advocacy: Why Families Always Will Be Their Child's Care Coordinator (Author: Dr. Edward Schor). April 3, 2015In March, eight new Healthy Tomorrows grants were awarded by the Maternal and Child Health Bureau. This year's funding will support grants addressing mental health, literacy, health care transition, care coordination, and CSHCN. April 3, 2015A heartfelt thank you to the Bright Futures Steering Committee, the Project Implementation Advisory Committee and countless others for their thoughtful feedback and review of the plethora of content on this new Web site. April 3, 2015Designed for primary care practices interested in improving care delivery and those who support them in making changes. Health IT can be an important and effective tool for primary care practices to use in their ongoing quality improvement (QI) efforts. However, significant barriers have limited the use of health IT to support QI. Despite these barriers, exemplary primary care practices and organizations have found ways to effectively use health IT to support QI efforts. These practices can offer lessons to support and increase the use of health IT to improve the quality of health care delivery and patient and population health outcomes. This event is free and open to the public.April 30, 2015, 3 PM Eastern TimeClick here to register. April 3, 2015In this inspiring 90-minute documentary, filmmaker David Grubin - the son of a general practitioner - takes his camera across America to focus on the challenges and triumphs in our country's health care delivery system. The four segments that comprise Rx: The Quiet Revolution introduce us to a diverse group of doctors, nurses, and health care professionals who are transforming the way we receive our medical care: lowering costs by placing the patient at the center of their practice.April 3, 2015The National Center for Medical Home Implementation (NCMHI) is hosting the second webinar in a three-part series focusing on implementation and evaluation of pediatric care coordination. This webinar will showcase innovative models of cross-system care coordination through family engagement and partnership across clinical, public health, social service, and policy organizations. Faculty will provide real life examples of how successful cross-system care coordination positively influences outcomes patients and families.April 22, 2015, 11 AM Central TimeClick here to register (space is limited).