Perinatal Hepatitis B Program Evaluation. Department of Public Health. Immunization Program. Pat Hoskins-Saffold, RN, MSN and Steven Terrell-Perica, MA, MPH, MPA April 23, 2008. Overview. Hospital recruitment Mailings Volunteer recruitment Sampling methodology Hospital audits
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Department of Public Health
Pat Hoskins-Saffold, RN, MSN and
Steven Terrell-Perica, MA, MPH, MPA
April 23, 2008
* US Census, 2000
† CDC, 2004
‡ CDPH, 2004
Chicago Birthing Hospitals
February 1, 2006 - January 15, 2007
Week 1: Identified delivery hospitals
Week 2: Mailed CDC’s audit packets to 5 hospitals
Week 3: Mailed CDPH packets to 24 hospitals
Week 4: Recruited volunteer auditors and
Week 5: Trained auditors
Week 6: Hospital audits began
Began CDC Audits
Mail, e-mail and faxes
*Screening Assessment Tally Sheets (SATS) were used to collect data.
What did CDPH Learn?
N=24 hospitals, response rate 100%
“Many hospitals expressed surprise at falling behind other hospitals in their area. Hospitals were pleased CDPH did the audit. Hospitals with low percentages promised to improve perinatal hepatitis B prevention services.”