Commissioned by Prince George's County, the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DHMH), the University of Maryland Medical System and Dimensions Healthcare System, the Public Health Impact Study of Prince George's County was conducted by a team of senior researchers at the University of Maryland School of Public Health. "Transforming Health in Prince George's County, Maryland: A Public Health Impact Study" is the summary report detailing the findings of this unique group of studies that will inform the design of a new system to improve health and health care in Prince George's County. Click on the report cover image below to download the PDF summary report document.
Section II of the Public Health Impact Study of Prince George's County report includes technical reports that document the methods, findings, limitations and a summary for each of the seven study components. We also include copies of the study instruments, where appropriate. While the findings of these study components formed the basis for the integrated answers to the study's five framing questions, the technical reports include more detailed data than was possible to include in Section I, and also provide insights for the study as a whole.
Technical Report 1
Random Household Health Survey
Sandra Crouse Quinn, Stephen B. Thomas and Susan Passmore.
Technical Report 2
Interviews with Key Stakeholders
Technical Report 3
Physician Count and Categorization and Characteristics of Physicians in the State of Maryland and Prince George's County
Mei-Ling Ting Lee and Raul Cruz-Cano
Technical Report 4
Identification of Geographic Areas of Need for Primary Care: An Assessment of the Geographic Distribution of Selected Health care Resources
Min Qi Wang
Technical Report 5
An Overview of the Public and Public Health Resources in Prince George's County
Elliot A. Segal, Amber Sims and Sylvette LaTouche Howard
Technical Report 6
Current (2007-2009) Experiences and Future Projections of Prince George's County Residents' Hospital Encounters
Technical Report 7
An Assessment of Comparable Model Health care Systems: Interviews with Key Professionals
Laura Wilson, Rada Dagher, Lori Simon-Rusinowitz and Dawn Hamilton
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