- •Pediatric obesity continues to be a worsening healthcare problem.
- •Pediatric obesity sets children up for lifelong complications and comorbidities.
- •The primary care office provides a unique opportunity to help manage pediatric obesity, while incorporating the entire family unit.
- •Integrating resources into EMR can be helpful to improve some aspects of pediatric obesity management.
- National Institute of Children'’s Healthcare Quality
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