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All statistics were derived from data in the Arizona Department of Health Services final annual files. The information presented in this report includes data collected from Maricopa County residents during telephone survey interviews conducted by ADHS. Arizona residents from other counties were not included.
The year 2002 marked the largest outbreak to date in the world as the virus rapidly spread across the U.S. Maricopa County has been spared the burden of widespread WNV-illness thus far, however the area is home to a viable mosquito population, many species of migratory birds and a large human populace with a propensity for outdoor activities making arrival of the virus inevitable and advanced preparations invaluable.
This document provides a report of the results of the baseline prenatal survey conducted through collaboration between the Alliance for Innovations in Health Care, Maricopa County Department of Public Health, and the Resilience Solutions Group at Arizona State University. The goals of the survey were to assess satisfaction with prenatal and birth care, barriers to access to prenatal care, and psychosocial predictors of positive prenatal care experiences and infant health outcomes.
A descriptive report of invasive Haemophilus influenzae cases as reported to the Maricopa County Department of Public Health. The purpose of this report is twofold: first to define the illness and its trends in Maricopa County during this time period and second to identify potential areas of improvement in data quality.
This study provides useful information for the Office of Epidemiology on reporting, investigating, and data completeness. Reporting of cases occurred ≥ 3 days in about 50% of the cases, despite a 24 hour reporting mandate for cases or suspect cases. Data can be analyzed on a yearly basis using this study as a model. Future analyses can reassess the epidemiologic trends noted in this study and assess the effect of routine meningococcal vaccination in Maricopa County.
Perinatal Periods of Risk is a multidisciplinary approach to understanding the complex issues contributing to fetal and infant mortality. This approach provides direction for prioritizing and targeting prevention and intervention efforts to reduce mortality at specific points in the health care services continuum.
Between August and September 2006, the Alliance for Innovations in Health Care conducted five, 90-minute focus groups, using five scenarios to explore six topics—access, deliberation, community strength, coping, recall, and refusal. Includes views on health care use, satisfaction, and community strength in South Phoenix, Arizona.
The Arizona Department of Transportation and the Maricopa Association of Governments are cooperating in the designation of a specific route for the CANAMEX Corridor in the Maricopa Region. Kimley-Horn and Associates, under contract to ADOT, provided technical assistance to ADOT and MAG in support of the high-level evaluation of route alternatives. The purpose of this study is to provide technical assistance, not to evaluate or select a preferred route alternative.
This version of the Major Streets and Routes Plan revises the original plan and the 2004 revisions. Looking ahead to pending updates to the classification systems of towns and cities in Maricopa County, the original MSRP stipulated a periodic review and modification of the street functional classification portion of the plan. This revision incorporates the following changes: (1) as anticipated, many of the communities in the County have updated either their general or transportation plans in the time since the adoption of the first MSRP; (2) a new roadway classification, the Arizona Parkway, has been added to the Maricopa County street classification system and the expressway classification has been removed; and (3) a series of regional framework studies have been conducted by the Maricopa Association of Governments to establish comprehensive roadway networks in parts of the West Valley.
This Light Rail Transit corridor market analysis was done to identify and evaluate market-based development opportunities around planned light rail transit stations in the cities of Phoenix, Tempe, and Mesa.This report presents the findings and recommendations for each of the 12 highest-rated opportunity sites along the LRT corridor. This final document is intended to inform discussions among Valley Metro Rail, the participating cities, and prospective developers about the types of uses that could be developed on each of those sites, and how that development should be pursued and promoted.