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Browse Reports for a comprehensive listing of statistical and administrative reports produced within the Division of Family Health Services.

Clinical and Community Services

Maternal and Child Health Consortia: These private, non-profit agencies provide prevention activities, consumer and professional education, total quality management, data analysis, infant and pediatric follow-up, coordination of perinatal/pediatric transport systems and the development of comprehensive perinatal/pediatric regional plans.

Office on Women’s Health: This office serves as a resource for information and referrals; advocates for the development of effective programs to improve women’s health across the lifespan; and coordinates with existing programs and organizations that provide health services to the women of New Jersey.

Workforce Development & Placement: The Office of Primary Care/Rural Health administers several programs designed to increase the availability of primary care clinicians practicing in underserved areas through the use of incentives such as the Primary Care Practitioner Loan Redemption Program.

Policy and Research

PRAMS LogoPregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System: One out of every 48 mothers with newborn infants are surveyed each month, eventually interviewing about 2,000 women each year. The questionnaire addresses their feelings and experiences before, during and after their pregnancy. Information from PRAMS is used to help plan better health programs for New Jersey mothers and infants.

Maternal and Child Health Epidemiology Program: Conducts analyses of trends in maternal and child health data and facilitates policy development through the provision of data and execution of applied research projects.

Healthy New Jersey: Data compiled by the New Jersey Center for Health Statistics helps New Jersey assess progress toward the State's health objectives for 2010.

Fetal-Infant Mortality Review: Statewide system, implementing or expanding FIMR projects within each of the six maternal and child health consortia.

Maternal Mortality Review: Statewide systematic case review of the death of any woman, from any cause, while pregnant or within one calendar year of pregnancy termination of pregnancy, regardless of the duration of pregnancy.

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