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5.1  By the middle of 2008, the EHDI Program will update and distribute cards with locations of birth hearing screening facilities to all birthing centers and public health centers throughout the State of Alaska.

5.2 By the end of 2008, the EHDI Program will educate birthing center midwives and primary care providers who care for newborns, on the modified EHDI protocol.

5.3 By 2009, the EHDI Program will collaborate with the Bureau of Vital Statistics to receive monthly lists of children born outside of hospitals in order to follow-up on their hearing screening status.

5.4 By early 2010, the EHDI Program will develop and distribute a joint newsletter with the Newborn Metabolic Screening Program on a

Inform all midwives and public health centers of locations to access birth hearing screenings

Disseminate information on the updated protocol to midwives and primary care providers through conferences, site visits and mailings

Match names received from the Bureau of Vital Statistics to determine if infants have received a hearing screening.

Contact primary care providers of need for screening.

Distribute newsletter to all aspects of the medical community throughout the State of Alaska.

Increase in number of infants born out of birthing hospitals receiving newborn hearing screening

All midwives and primary care providers will be informed of the EHDI system and their patients will have appropriate referrals

Compare number of out of hospital births with number of entries in database from out of hospital screenings

Medical community will be informed of latest information on newborn screening to meet 1-3-6 goals

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EHDI Health Program Associate

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EHDI Program Manager

EHDI Program Manager

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