The Maryland Department of Health (MDH) has completed its yearly review of medical records for MedStar Family Choice (MFC) certified EPSDT Providers. The Maryland Department of Health reviews medical records for MFC members age 0-20. The review of medical records is always for the previous calendar year. MedStar Family Choice must receive a total of 80% to pass. MedStar Family Choice received a total score of 86% this year. Our total score is 8 points lower than last year and 3 points above the Health Choice Managed Care Organization (MCO) average of 83%.
MedStar Family Choice results for 2020:
- 90% in Health and Development History
- 95% in Comprehensive Physical Exam
- 59% in Laboratory Test/At-Risk Screenings
- 80% in Immunizations
- 93% in Health Education/Anticipatory Guidance
MedStar Family Choice wants your child to visit their doctor every year to meet their healthcare needs. At your child’s annual visit to their doctor, they will make sure all your child’s healthcare needs and requirements are met; for example, they will make sure your child is up-to-date with all their required vaccinations. It is important to know that children two and under need to have a blood test to check for lead. It is also important for all children and young adults to have their cholesterol levels measured along with a blood test to check for anemia (lack of healthy blood cells).