Cost and effectiveness of an eye care adherence program for Philadelphia children with significant visual impairment.

@article{Pizzi2015CostAE,
  title={Cost and effectiveness of an eye care adherence program for Philadelphia children with significant visual impairment.},
  author={Laura T. Pizzi and Melanie Snitzer and Tony Amos and Katherine M Prioli and Deon Steele and Alex V. Levin},
  journal={Population health management},
  year={2015},
  volume={18 3},
  pages={223-31}
}
The follow-up rate among children with vision problems in the authors' outreach programs has been <5%. The authors therefore developed a social worker (SW) intervention, the Children's Eye Care Adherence Program (CECAP), for Philadelphia school children. The objective of this study was to measure CECAP's effectiveness and cost, as well as to identify… CONTINUE READING