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"Promoting early and lifelong health using family centered data and tools."

The Child and Adolescent Health Measurement Initiative (CAHMI) developed and maintains a number of quality measurement tools and strategies that assess the quality of care provided to children and young adults.  To learn more about the CAHMI consumer-centered quality measurement strategies, click on the topic areas below.

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The Well Visit Planner

In partnership with the Maternal & Child Health Bureau, the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Administration on Children, Youth and Families, the Child and Adolescent Health Measurement Initiative is pleased to release the free parent-use version of The Well-Visit Planner for children up to age 6 available in both English and Spanish.

Looking ahead, the CAHMI plans to continue to partner to advance tools to engage families through Head Start/Early Head Start centers and across a wider range of pediatric practices, including integration of parent information into the electronic health record prior to visits. For more information on the Well-Visit Planner visit the public site, check out the educational materials for parents, and watch a 5 minute video tutorial of the tool.

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