This infographic published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention offers a few facts on Sickle Cell Disease and the people who live with it.
Results from the Georgia (GA) RuSH Surveillance Project.
This study reports adherence to these measures and examines concordance across various data sources, using Registry and Surveillance for Hemoglobinopathies project data.
This brief describes our findings of how well the advances in treatment and prevention of complications are reaching individuals in Georgia.
This booklet is designed to help sickle cell disease patients and families, together with their health care providers, make informed decisions about their care.
This brief describes the findings of our survey of primary care providers in Georgia regarding their access to appropriate information for sickle cell patients and themselves on hydroxyurea, immunizations, and transcranial Doppler screening.
This brief describes our findings on the number of individuals with sickle cell disease who are born in Georgia and the number who move to Georgia from other states or countries.
This brief describes how multiple existing datasets were used to identify cases and categorize them according to the case definition.
This Playbook was produced by ARCHI for use by anyone who would like to align with ARCHI’s vision and contribute to collective impact. It describes the circumstances that gave rise to this new collaborative and why we expect success in creating substantial, sustainable improvements for Atlanta. The Playbook presents the elements of ARCHI members’ shared… more »
The Atlanta Regional Collaborative for Health Improvement (ARCHI) formed in the spring of 2011 with the intention of creating a common understanding of the most pressing health issues in the metro region, developing priority issues, and building toward a collective implementation and investment strategy. With the potential to be more efficient and effective, collaborative assessment can… more »