AAP leaders are asking all physicians to stop using the terms "well-baby care" and "well-child care."

Leaders say the terms tend to minimize the importance of the vast majority of pediatric office visits. They suggest substituting the term "health supervision and evaluation."

"I think we've been poorly compensated and evaluated as physicians because of the terms well-child care and well-baby care," Arnold Friedman, M.D., FAAP, said.

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