A randomized study of tracking with outreach and provider prompting to improve immunization coverage and primary care.

@article{Rodewald1999ARS,
  title={A randomized study of tracking with outreach and provider prompting to improve immunization coverage and primary care.},
  author={Lance Everett Rodewald and Peter G. Szilagyi and Sharon G. Humiston and Richard Barth and Ruth Kraus and Richard F. Raubertas},
  journal={Pediatrics},
  year={1999},
  volume={103 1},
  pages={31-8}
}
OBJECTIVE To compare and measure the effects and cost-effectiveness of two interventions designed to raise immunization rates. SETTINGS Nine primary care sites serving impoverished and middle-class children. SUBJECTS Complete birth cohorts (ages 0 to 12 months; n = 3015) from these sites. INTERVENTIONS Two 18-month duration interventions: 1) tracking with outreach [tracking/outreach] to bring underimmunized children to their primary care provider office, and 2) a primary care provider… CONTINUE READING

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