Patricia A Richmond

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The All Kids Count program began in late 1991 with funding from The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. The purpose was to improve child health and the delivery of immunizations and preventive services through the development of health information systems. All Kids Count concluded in mid-2004 having worked directly with 38 state and local health agencies(More)
Quantitative performance indicators were developed to monitor immunization registry progress of the 16 All Kids Count (AKC) grantees. Results were reviewed to determine if (1) the indicators measured immunization registry progress, (2) the results could be compared across AKC projects, and (3) other immunization registries could use the indicators. The(More)
Integrated child health information systems consolidate data about multiple health care services a child receives into information useful to families, private health care providers, public health officials, and others. The challenges to successful integration faced by public health agencies are similar, yet system integration projects have historically(More)
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