MEDICAL PROVIDER INFORMATION
ELIGIBLE PROVIDER TYPES
Physician (MD, DO) trained in pediatrics, family medicine, internal medicine and emergency medicine
Physician Assistant (PA) with specialty in pediatrics or family medicine working within their defined scope of practice under the supervision of a physician who may or may not be a CARE Network DP
Nurse Practitioner (NP) with specialty in pediatrics or family medicine working within their defined scope of practice under the supervision of a physician who may or may not be a CARE Network DP
Nurse (RN) practicing as Forensic Nurse Examiner or Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner
CARE Network providers must successfully complete a background screening.
Screening processed by The Kempe Center through DORA confirming that a new provider's license is in good standing.
Complete two-day, virtual, New Provider Training. Click HERE for additional information and registration.
Complete mandatory reporter training HERE.
Complete a minimum of 6 hours of continuing education per calendar year through designated web-based CARE NETWORK ECHO sessions.
All CARE Network providers who complete at least one CARE Network evaluation or assessment must be willing to present at least 1 case for group discussion and learning during an ECHO session, during a 12 month period.
Attend the 1-day, virtual CARE Network provider annual meeting.
For more information on CARE Network training opportunities, click HERE.
CARE Network providers must actively participate in the case review / mentorship program:
Every medical evaluation must be submitted to the Kempe Center for tracking and quality assurance. Click HERE for more information on submitting evaluations.
Reimbursement is contingent on submissions. Click HERE for more information on billing and reimbursement.