Christine Haran

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Introduction The importance of surveillance and screening for developmental problems in young children is widely recognized by experts and reflected in pediatric practice guidelines. Unfortunately, there are a number of barriers to the practice-based use of developmental screening instruments, including time constraints, practice management problems, and(More)
Policy officials often assert that the U.S. has the best health care system in the world, but a recent scorecard on U.S. health system performance finds that the U.S. achieves a score of only 65 out of a possible 100 points on key indicators of performance in five key domains: healthy lives, access, quality, equity, and efficiency, where 100 represents the(More)
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