Twenty-one states and the District of Columbia have implemented that plan.
Now, researchers from the centers for disease control have compiled the data from those states over all 50 states.
They estimate doctors would find disorders in 32 percent more children now, than before uniform testing.
The CDC says public health care systems need to build an infrastructure capable of properly treating the more accurately-diagnosed babies.
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