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Origins of NOTA
Origins of NOTANOTA recently spoke with Jon Miller, president and founder of the Network of Tyrosinemia Advocates (NOTA) about his son, how the non-profit got its start and the accomplishments NOTA has done.Watch the interview here .For more information, please visit www.notacares.org.…

Webinar: Genotyping in Homoglobin Disorders
Webinar:  Genotyping in Homoglobin DisordersDr. Charles T. Quinn presents a free webinar: Genotyping in Homoglobin Disorders (flyer below).Please contact storm@cchmc.org to register for this free event.  Registration is limited.…

2016 PKU Hero Award
2016 PKU Hero Award2016 PKU Hero The National PKU Alliance is proud to announce that Rani H. Singh, PhD, RD, will be the recipient of the 2016 PKU Hero Award. Dr. Rani Singh currently directs the Genetics Metabolic Nutrition program at the Emory University School of Medicine, Department of Human Genetics. The nutrition program…

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Patients & Families
Find disorder specific information as well as other resources for patients and families.
Professionals
Resources for health care and public health professionals interested in newborn screening (NBS) & genetics.
2015 SERC/SERGG Anuual Meeting

Save the Date!
The 2015 SERC/SERGG meeting will be held July 16-18, 2015 at Renaissance Asheville Hotel in Asheville, NC.

Featured Content
February 2016

Affordable Care Act

Affordable Care Act

The Affordable Care Act was passed by Congress and then signed into law by the President on March 23, 2010.

On June 28, 2012 the Supreme Court rendered a final decision to endorse the health care law.

The Affordable Care Act is a federal statute aimed at decreasing the number of uninsured Americans and reducing the overall costs of health care. Many of its provisions significantly impact children and youth with special health care needs, a population important to the purpose of the Southeast Regional NBS & Genetics Collaborative.

Please click on the links below for additional information.

 

Side-by-side comparison of major provisions and the implications for children and youth with special health care needs

Clickable state information

CHIP program

 

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