AAP Resources: Pediatric Coding Newsletter, Red Book, and More

PCC offers our clients access to a number of resources from the AAP, including the Pediatric Coding Newsletter and the AAP Red Book.

These resources can be found in two places: through PCC Community, as well as from within PCC EHR.

AAP Pediatric Coding Newsletter


A monthly publication that provides practical and accurate answers to your most urgent pediatric coding questions. As a PCC client, you have access not to the current issue and the entire AAP Pediatric Coding Newsletter archive.

AAP Red Book Online


This is the online version of the AAP’s Red Book, a comprehensive reference on pediatric infectious diseases.

Pediatric Patient Education


The Pediatric Patient Education section of the AAP website contains a collection of handouts and information built specifically for pediatric patients and families, most available in Spanish as well as English.

Access AAP publications through PCC Community

First, visit the PCC Community web site and log in (for information about registering, click here).

If the welcome message is hidden, click “Show Message”.


Next, click “Access the newsletter” to visit the AAP Pediatric Coding Newsletter. Because of your PCC Community login, you will have access to the AAP resources described above.

You will see PCC’s logo on the site, indicating you are logged in through PCC. You can click to access the AAP Pediatric Coding Newsletter, the AAP Pediatric Redbook, and the AAP’s library of educational materials for patients.

Print the AAP Coding Newsletter: You can print out any issue of the AAP Coding Newsletter. First, log into PCC Community and use the instructions above to follow the link to the AAP’s web site. Next, click on any story from the issue. Finally, click on the “PDF” link to download the entire issue to your computer. You can read the newsletter on your computer screen or print it.

Access AAP publications through PCC EHR

You can access all three of these resources from within PCC EHR as well, by using the Patient Education Tool.


  • Last modified: May 21, 2018