Data, Reports, and Resources

Pediatric QI Data and Reports

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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
Vaccine administration, by age 24 months, National and NH Estimated Vaccine Administration for children by age 24 months of children born in 2015-2016 from MMWR, national and state rates  
NH Kids Count Report 2019 Kids Count report provides county-level profiles on the status of children and families.  Indicators look at access to health care, economic security, teen parenting, abuse and neglect, substance abuse, court involvement, and education.
NH Wisdom NH Health WISDOM is a data platform that aggregates public health data from 15 data sources to produce custom reports, maps and time trend analyses.  Available reports including child-health related data include: Healthy Mothers and Babies, Injuries, Asthma, Substance Misuse, Obesity/Diabetes, Tobacco, and the Youth Risk Behavior Survey Dashboards.
Data Resource Center for Child & Adolescent Health The National Survey of Children's Health is a mail and web-based survey of parents of children 0-17 years.  The survey inquires about a range of health status, healthcare, social, and demographic variables.  The Data Resource Center offers several option for data analysis, including tables reviewing state performance on National Title V Performance and Outcomes metrics, as well as an interface to run user-specified data queries. 
Exploring the context of Child Well-being Data Visualization Tool  On-line tool that provides charts and other graphic display of data looking at the physical, social, economic and cultural environments in which NH children live and grow.  For example, children living with both parents or in a single-parent household. 


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.

Adolescent and Young Adult Patient Satisfaction Surveys by age group:

10-13, 14-17, 18-24

The below three surveys were developed as part of the Adolescent and Young Adult CoIIN Project to help practices garner feedback from tweens, adolescents, and young-adults about their satisfaction with care provided during their clinic visit. 

Ages 10-13: EnglishSpanishPortuguese

Ages 14-17: EnglishSpanish, Portuguese

Ages 18-24: EnglishSpanishPortuguese

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.
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.