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Reply to the second report from the Social Services Committee on perinatal and neonatal mortality

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It is also important for women with a recent pregnancy to reconnect with, or establish care with, a medical home for continued medical care beyond the postpartum visit. This is accomplished through presentations before community groups and at community health fairs.

1 In Phase 4 2005 to 2009 of the program, CHHS established a goal of reducing the infant mortality rate in Central Harlem to less than 7 deaths per 1000 live births.

The next Outreach Worker was placed under the supervision of the Program Director to conduct more community based health education activities. These linkages are especially important for Central Harlem high-risk women.

Infant Mortality

Target Area and Program Participant Birth Outcome, 2002-2006 CHHS Pre-natal Participants Central Harlem Residents 2002 2006 2002 2006 Live Births 42 37 1,934 1,965 Infant Mortality Rate 0. Nevertheless, some of our partners achieved some increases in community resources, for instance through the Harlem Strategic Action Committee.

Missouri Bootheel Healthy Start Regional Consortium: Business and Not-For-Profit Forum. 9 percent compared to 12. 4 percent of the population that has proven to be of high-risk nature. 0 infant deaths per 1,000 live births. When the Health Education and Outreach Supervisor resigned, this position was abolished. 4 The second program hypothesis was that to reduce infant mortality our local perinatal health care system must be substantially transformed.

To date, over 600 providers have been trained to screen, diagnose and treat perinatal mood disorders.

Northern Manhattan Perinatal Partnership & Central Harlem Healthy Start Progress Report

Community-based organizations should educate women on the importance of getting prenatal care early in pregnancy. For example, staff turnover occurred particularly at the program evaluator, consortium manager, program assistant and case manager levels.

Central Harlem Healthy Start Program Explains Decline in Infant Mortality Rate. 2 per 1,000 live births for Central Harlem residents. This joint approach can help address the social, behavioral, and health risk factors that contribute to infant mortality and affect birth outcomes. In addition, Harlem Hospital developed a customer-focused and marketing mindset after two and half years of effective practice.

Human Resources The most significant challenge in the management and governance of the program related to ensuring adequate and appropriate staffing of the program. Similarly, neonatal less than 28 days mortality rate for the area declined by 66 percent from 12.

During each program period, CHHS consistently demonstrated, through qualitative data, clear evidence that the perinatal health care system in Central Harlem is undergoing substantial transformation.

provides science-based, 10-year national objectives for improving the health of all Americans.