About half of Medicaid beneficiaries age 20 and younger in fiscal year 2017 received screenings and services recommended under the Early and Periodic Screening, Diagnostic, and Treatment (EPSDT) benefit. The other half did not receive the recommended screenings. Through the benefit, children receive well-child screenings for health, vision, dental, and hearing; diagnostic; and treatment services, such as physical therapy, behavioral health treatment, and eyeglasses to correct or mitigate conditions discovered during a screening. During fiscal year 2017, about 40 million child Medicaid beneficiaries were eligible to receive EPSDT services. About 59% of child beneficiaries who should have received at . . .