Presentation on theme: "Figure 1. Pediatrician Recognition of Developmental and Behavioral Problems Percent of children Sources: J. V. Lavigne et al., Behavioral and Emotional."— Presentation transcript:
Figure 1. Pediatrician Recognition of Developmental and Behavioral Problems Percent of children Sources: J. V. Lavigne et al., Behavioral and Emotional Problems Among Preschool Children in Pediatric Primary Care: Prevalence and Pediatricians Recognition, Pediatrics, Mar (3):649–55; E. J. Costello et al., Psychopathology in Pediatric Primary Care: The New Hidden Morbidity, Pediatrics, Sept (3 Pt. 2):415–24.
Figure 2. Child Health Care: Burden on Parents Annual visits Ages of children (years) Source: Medical Expenditure Panel Survey, Household Component, 2000.
Figure 3. Parents Want Child-Rearing Information from Child Health Care Providers Percent of parents who want more specific information on: Source: K. T. McLearn et al., Listening to Parents: A National Survey of Parents with Young Children, Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, Mar (3):255–62.
Figure 4. Time Spent Providing, Arranging, or Coordinating Care for Children with Special Health Care Needs, per Week Note: Insufficient number of respondents said 1–2 hours for inclusion in the figure. Source: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration, Maternal and Child Health Bureau, The National Survey of Children with Special Health Care Needs Chartbook 2001 (Rockville, Md.: U.S. DHHS, 2004). 1 hour or less 57.5% 6–10 hours 6.7% 2–5 hours 22.3% 11+ hours 13.5%
Figure 5. Physician Use of Electronic Technology Could Be Expanded Percent indicating routine/occasional use * p <.01, Cuzicks test for trend. Base: All respondents (N=1837). Source: Commonwealth Fund 2003 National Survey of Physicians and Quality of Care.
Figure 6. Percent of People Who Have Searched Online for Health Information Notes: N=537. Margin of error for the entire sample of Internet users is +/– 4%; margins of error for comparison of subgroups are higher. Source: Pew Internet & American Life Project November 2004 Survey. Demographic groupPercent Women82 Men75 Ages 18–2977 Ages 30–4981 Ages 50–6482 Age 65+ (n=51)66 High school diploma67 Some college80 College degree86 2–3 years online experience (n=66)66 6+ years online experience86 Dial-up connection at home72 Broadband connection at home87