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Complete Case Study #6: Outcome Oriented Perinatal Surveillance found in the attachment. Students must address the following: Must include introduction and conclusion paragraphs
- Using the health problem analysis framework, illustrate how infant (and specifically neonatal) mortality rates are affected by “better babies or better care.”
- Describe the public health “science” underlying the Outcome Oriented Perinatal Surveillance System.
- Explain why the structure and process standards are not equal to quality care and better outcomes.
- Identify the aspects of perinatal networks and perinatal systems which influence the outcomes for referral hospitals. For community hospitals? Determine which level of hospitals likely merits the closest scrutiny.
- Determine which aspects of outcome-oriented regulatory systems place the regulators at risk and explain how.
- Which strategies are useful for gaining buy-in for new regulatory strategies?
- Determine if this case study reflect evidence-based public health and justify why or why not. If it does, classify which types of evidence (Evidence of what? Etiology/causation? Or effectiveness? Or adaptability of an intervention?) appear in this case study. Cite specific examples and explain how each fits into one of these categories.
- Assess which role, if any, do health disparities play in this case study?