Before you go!
Interested in free assistance to improve your screening and referral rates?
The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends developmental surveillance at each well-child visit and the use of specific validated screening tools.2 BabyNoggin digitizes evidence-based screening tools to improve workflow and increase health reimbursement.
Screenings are available in English & Spanish and are easily customizable to your needs.
Reimbursable by both private insurance and non-managed Medicaid using CPT Codes 96110 for developmental & autism screenings and 96161 for postpartum depression screening
Parents will love using this empowering, user-friendly tool to monitor their baby’s development.
What has me really excited about the potential of BabyNoggin is its ongoing commitment to making critically important, evidence-based developmental screening tools and information easier to access, use and share by putting it at the virtual fingertips of parents, pediatricians and educators.
BabyNoggin made so much sense for our office! Parents always have questions regarding their
baby's developmental milestones, and Baby Noggin helps them get involved. Also, it gave us a
reliable way to get reimbursed for screenings we were already doing.
BabyNoggin will be a useful tool for busy practices who are already screening (or wish to
start) because it can make things more efficient, eliminate paper and engage families in
With BabyNoggin, families can get instant reassurance that their babies are doing well, using evidence-based tools in order to assess their development. Every child deserves routine developmental screening as part of their best healthcare, and for my parents I recommend BabyNoggin.
1. Aylward, G. (2009). Developmental screening and assessment: What are we thinking?
Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, 30(1), 169–173
2. The American Academy of Pediatrics. (2018). Screening Recommendations.
Retrieved from https://www.aap.org/en-us/advocacy-and-policy/aap-health-initiatives/Screening/Pages/Screening-Recommendations.aspx