Data, Reports, and Resources

Pediatric QI Data and Reports

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Resource description

Dartmouth Atlas of Children’s Health Care in Northern New England

Report uses 2009-2010 all-payer claims data to examine state and hospital service area level for ME, VT, and NH on quality metrics such as primary care/ER use, imaging, medication use, etc.

NH Medicaid Pediatric Quality Reporting Website

Uses all-payer claims data to compute state-level metrics on quality indicators used by NH Medicaid

Medical Home Performance Profile for Children with Special Health Care needs 2009-2010:

Compares NH rates to the national medical home performance rates for children with special health care needs.

National Survey of Child Health 2011-2012 – NH State Snapshot

Compares the national children’s health data from the National Survey of Child Health to NH’s data.

NH Immunization Performance in 2013 MMWR Article See Table 3

Report uses data from the National Immunization survey and examines the national, regional, state, and selected demographic characteristics rates of vaccination.

NH Kids Count Report

The 2015 Kids Count report provides data on the status of children and families on a state level in areas that include access to health care, economic security, teen parenting, abuse and neglect, substance abuse, court involvement, and education.

2013 NH Healthy Smiles/Healthy Weight Report

The report provides data from the 2013/2014 survey examining oral health and height/weight status of third grade children in NH. The data was garnered from all ten counties and the City of Nashua.

NH Maternal and Child Health Block Grant Performance Measure Summary

The 2013 NH data for the MCH national performance measures and the 2018 goals for NH.

NH Demographic Trends in the 21st Century

The report examines the demographic trends in NH from 2000 to 2010 including areas such as population, age, ethnicity, education, income, and poverty level.

 

Pediatric Quality Improvement Resources

Resource Resource Description

Quality Improvement in Pediatric Care Basics Course

QI Basics introduces the Model for Improvement, a systematic framework for improving patient care. It is free for members of the American Academy of Pediatrics. CME is available for this course.

Population Health for Clinicians: A Podcast Series

Population Health for the Clinician is an audio podcast series that will introduce the listener to the principles and practices of population health, and resources that can be used to improve the health of both individuals and communities. It is intended for practicing and student clinicians.

The Family Engagement Guide: The Role of Family Health Partners in Quality Improvement Within a Pediatric Medical Home

This guide will help practices determine if they are ready to work with families as improvement partners, how to recruit and work with Family Health Partners and how to evaluate, sustain and improve the Family Health Partners role and relationship.

Culturally Effective Healthcare Organizations: A Framework for Success This framework provides information and strategies for becoming a culturally effective healthcare organization.
The National Drug Abuse Treatment Clinical Trials Network: Northest Node
A research partnership A research partnership in which the National Institute on Drug Abuse, researchers, and community-based providers develop, evaluate, and disseminate new prevention and treatment options for substance use disorders in community-based medical settings.
Introductory Quality Improvement Resources A list of introductory quality improvement resources perfect for beginners or anyone needing a refresher. Includes videos and modules introducing the Model for Improvement, Plan-Do-Study-Act cycles, workflow diagrams, and team meeting skills.