Evaluating Families Satisfaction with EHDI in Massachusetts. Jessica MacNeil, MPH Massachusetts Department of Public Health Boston, MA.
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Jessica MacNeil, MPH
Massachusetts Department of Public Health
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*Data are based on 2003-2004 birth cohort.
**Data are based on reports from DPH-approved ADCs only.
Group 1: Families whose newborn passed their initial hearing screening
Group 2: Families whose infants refer on their initial screening but subsequently pass on outpatient re-screen or diagnostic evaluation
Group 3: Families whose infants are identified with permanent hearing loss
1,200 sent (56 Spanish)
328 returned (2 Spanish), 27.3% (Final sample size: 748)
2,545 sent (123 Spanish)
643 returned (12 Spanish), 25.3% (Final sample size: 223)
393 sent (24 Spanish)
135 returned (4 Spanish), 34.4% (Final sample size: 135)
4,138 sent (203 Spanish)
1,106 returned (18 Spanish), 26.7%Response Rate / Sample Size
Health Problems and Special Needs
Group 1: your child had a hearing loss, did the benefits outweigh the negatives?
No: 49%Were you informed that hearing loss can develop at any time and that concerns should be discussed with your doctor?