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Health Information Technology to Improve Children's Health

Information and communications technologies are significantly changing health care in the United States. Yet, as this electronic revolution accelerates, insufficient attention is focused on realizing its full value for the nation's children. At this time of technological innovation, and as significant public and private dollars are being invested, it is crucial to ensure that children's unique needs are considered in the development of health information technology (IT).

The Children's Partnership's Health IT Initiative uses research, community-based demonstrations, policy development, and advocacy to promote the best use of health IT to improve access to coordinated, quality, preventative, and child-centered care.

>> Technology-Enabled Innovations for Improving Children's Health

>> Consumer Engagement

>> Promoting the Meaningful Use of Health Information Technology for Children

>> E-Enrollment

>> Telehealth

>> Foster Care Coordination (Electronic Information Exchange)


Our Latest on Health IT

  • Kathleen Hamilton on Challenges of Access to Dentists in Denti-Cal
    on July 16, 2014
  • Comments on Modification and Revisions to the EHR "Meaningful Use" Incentive Program
    on July 14, 2014
  • Why Every Foster Kid Should Have an 'Electronic Backpack'
    on June 24, 2014
  • Ginny Puddefoot on Benefits of Coordinated Care for Ventura Youth in Foster Care
    on June 23, 2014
  • TCP Joins Launch of New Coordinated Care Initiative for Foster Youth in Ventura County
    on June 17, 2014


79.8% of children with health insurance receive a yearly preventative visit versus 57.2% of children without insurance. (Source: Federal Intragency Forum on Child and Family Statistics, America‚Äôs Children: Key National Indicators of Well-Being, 2011)

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