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NewSTEPs 360 will support states through technical and financial means to achieve timely reporting of results in 95% of newborns that receive dried-blood spot NBS. The Request for Applications (RFA) period is now open. Details can be found here.
To achieve the highest quality for newborn screening systems by providing relevant, accurate tools and resources and to facilitate collaboration between state programs and other newborn screening partners. Read more...
NewSTEPs Data Repository
The innovative Data Repository serves as a central link for access to newborn screening information, data, and resources across the country.
Spotlight on Newborn Screening Data
What are the fees for each state? For which conditions are states screening? How long are programs storing their dried blood spots? See this data and more
The Newborn Screening Technical assistance and Evaluation Program (NewSTEPs), funded through a cooperative agreement to the Association of Public Health Laboratories (APHL) by the Genetic Services Branch of the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), provides quality improvement initiatives, an innovative data repository and technical resources for newborn screening programs.
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