- Policy & Research
- About KHI
0 | May. 01, 2009 |
KHI evaluated the Maximizing Office Based Immunizations in Kansas program, or MOBI-KS, to assess its effectiveness and to identify processes that can be improved.
0 | Jul. 07, 2008 |
A newly-released report and issue brief details potential barriers to improving Kansas' childhood immunization rate and provides recommendations for policymakers, providers, parents and others.
0 | Feb. 27, 2008 |
This project explores how public health departments, when working together as regions, can use Quality Improvement tools to address public health challenges.
0 | Dec. 04, 2006 |
This report compares three state-based experiences in assessment and evaluation of preparedness for public health emergencies and bioterrorism. It concludes that a structured, standardized assessment instrument and scoring system is very helpful when performing public health capacity assessments.
0 | Mar. 02, 2006 |
March, 2006 - Roughly one-half of all local public health departments in the United States are both small and rural. Sixty percent of local health departments that responded to a survey in 2000 said they were located in a non-metropolitan area, the designation for “rural” developed by the Office of Management and Budget and used for policy purposes by agencies such as the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Forty-eight percent of local public health departments were categorized as “rural” in 2002 using a more refined definition, Rural-Urban Commuting Area Codes. One-half of local health departments responding to the 2000 survey served populations of fewer than 25,000 people, and 69 percent served populations of fewer than 50,000 people.