Patient-specific reminder letters and pediatric well-child-care show rates.

@article{Campbell1994PatientspecificRL,
  title={Patient-specific reminder letters and pediatric well-child-care show rates.},
  author={James R. Campbell and Peter G. Szilagyi and Lance Everett Rodewald and C B Doane and Klaus J. Roghmann},
  journal={Clinical pediatrics},
  year={1994},
  volume={33 5},
  pages={268-72}
}
The objective of this study was to determine whether patient-specific letters, which describe the content of an upcoming well-child appointment, improve the show rate of well-child appointments better than postcard reminders. In this prospective clinical trial conducted at a pediatric continuity clinic in a teaching hospital, 288 newborns were randomized to a letter, postcard, or control group. For every well-child appointment, families were sent either a letter pertaining to the particular… CONTINUE READING

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