What should you do if your child has a fever, cough, vomiting, rash, sore throat or head injury? These are questions that all parents have. Health problems and parenting questions can come up anytime - evenings, weekends, when you're at work or if your doctor's office is closed. MyChildsPhoneDoctor is designed especially to help parents decide what to do when they have a health or behavior question and to give them quick access to their medical home or nurse triage as appropriate. The app is part of a research study sponsored by the Colorado Children's Healthcare Access Program (CCHAP) Innovation Center and Children's Hospital Colorado. The study is funded by two Colorado not-for-profit organizations that are committed to improving the health of children on Medicaid. For more information see www.cchap. org. Two private physician's offices are participating in the study. Patients of Peak Pediatrics and Rocky Mountain Healthcare Pediatrics are invited to enroll in the study and use the MyChildsPhoneDoctor app. MyChildsPhoneDoctor is based on clinical protocols guidelines developed by Dr. Barton Schmitt, and used by pediatricians and nurses in 10, 000 practices and 400 nurse advice call centers in the US and Canada. The guidelines have been tested for 125 years on more than 150 million telephone advice calls. MyChildsPhoneDoctor includes the following features for parents in the study: My Child's Doctor. One click connection to your child's doctor. One click connection to the Children's Hospital Colorado after-hours telephone nurse advice lineMy Child is Sick. Easy ways to look up your child's symptoms. Guidelines to help you decide what to do for your child, including: o What you can do at home o When to call the doctor o When to call the nurse advice line if the office is closedo When to call for an appointment during office hourso When to go to the Emergency Dept. o When to call 911Get Help. One click connection to Mental Health Crisis line. One click connection to Poison Control. Lists of nearby Emergency Departments and Urgent Cares Healthy Child. Describes when and why your child needs a check-up (well child care). When and why your child need shots (immunizations). Information about newborn babiesParent Advice. Behavior and parenting help. Medication dosage guide. MyChart patient portal Disclaimer: The information provided with this Application is not a substitute for professional medical or behavioral advice, diagnosis or treatment; it is for informational purposes only. Talk with your healthcare provider about any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. If you think your child may have a medical emergency, call the doctor or 911 immediately. Before using MyChildsPhoneDoctor, all users should read and agree with the full Disclaimer available in the application within More > Terms and Conditions.