Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System, 2015. This document provides an overview of the Performance Improvement Project, which aims to increase the number of children screened for developmental, behavioral, and social delays using a standardized screening tool during the 12 months preceding their first, second, or third birthday.
Vermont Department of Health (2017). Guidance document that provides evidence‐based, practical strategies for practitioners in different parts of the healthcare system on how to incorporate prevention in their efforts to improve population health. Clinical and community strategies to improve developmental screening rates are included on pages 25-26.
This is a fact sheet by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality about a measure pediatricians can use to track referrals made after a positive developmental screening.
This is a fact sheet by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality about a measure pediatricians can use to track referrals made after a developmental screening.
This is a fact sheet by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality about a measure pediatricians can use to track follow-up with a child’s family after a developmental screening.
(Neva Kaye, Jennifer May, Colleen Peck Reuland: NASHP) This State Health Policy Briefing, issued in 2009, is the third in a series examining the efforts of 19 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico to improve identification of children with or at risk for developmental delay. This briefing examines these states efforts to gauge their success by measuring screening rates and other efforts.
Carolyn Gray, Kimberley Fox, and Martha Elbaum Williamson (2013). This report assesses changes in developmental, autism, and lead screening rates and evidence-based office processes in IHOC initiative practices. It summarizes lessons in implementing practice changes and challenges in using CHIPRA and IHOC measures at the practice-level to inform quality improvement.