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Child Health Extramural Research by State and Country

AHRQ supports an array of child health services research projects across the Nation. State program officials, legislators, insurers, providers, child advocacy groups, and consumers can draw on the expertise of child health services researchers in their State and enlist their services in the design, implementation, and execution of evidenced-based evaluation research on the impact and effectiveness of State-based programs.
Map of the United States, showing Current Child Health Research Projects. See below for text links to State information Alaska Hawaii New Mexico Arizona California Oregon Nevada Idaho Montana Utah Washington Wyoming Colorado Nebraska Oklahoma Kansas California Nebraska South Dakota North Dakota Canada Minnesota Iowa Missouri Arkansas Louisiana Wisconsin Wisconsin Missouri Illinois Indiana Michigan Ohio Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Alabama Florida Georgia South Carolina North Carolina West Virginia Virginia District of Columbia Puerto Rico Maryland Delaware New Jersey Connecticut Rhode Island Massachusetts Pennsylvania New York Vermont New Hampshire Maine Vermont Minnesota Texas Texas Texas Florida Georgia Nevada Idaho Texas Oklahoma Montana Virginia Connecticut Massachusetts District of Columbia Virginia New Jersey Delaware Rhode Island Maryland North Carolina Louisiana Illinois Arizona West Virginia Michigan New York Ohio South Carolina Montana New Hampshire Maine Texas New York

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With the growth of publicly-funded health care programs for children and adolescents through Medicaid and the State Children's Health Insurance Program, there is increasing interest in using health services research to evaluate whether children and adolescents are receiving appropriate and high quality care through these programs. AHRQ supports an array of child health services research projects across the Nation. State program officials, legislators, insurers, providers, child advocacy groups, and consumers can draw on the expertise of child health services researchers in their State and enlist their services in the design, implementation, and execution of evidenced-based evaluation research on the impact and effectiveness of State-based programs.

To learn more about AHRQ's current child health projects in a particular State, select the State on the map or by name.

If your State shows no listings and you are interested in finding out more about research support from AHRQ, select Funding Opportunities, or contact Denise Dougherty, Ph.D., Senior Advisor, Child Health, at Denise.Dougherty@ahrq.hhs.gov or (301) 427-1868.

Current as of March 2009
Internet Citation: Child Health Extramural Research by State and Country . March 2009. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://archive.ahrq.gov/policymakers/child-state-country/index.html

 

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