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Measure Name 2012
Permanent Food Service Permits 34912 (35 out of 35)
Permanent Food Service Routine Inspections 54184 (35 out of 35)
Inspections With 35 or more Critical Points 3327 (35 out of 35)
Temporary Food Service Permits 14477 (35 out of 35)
Temporary Food Service Inspections 11456 (35 out of 35)
Food Worker Cards Issued 273519 (35 out of 35)
LHJs Provide Primary Care 4
Primary Care Patients 18724 (4 out of 35)
Primary Care Visits 56955 (4 out of 35)
Hospitals Regulated by DOH 102
Hospital Inspections 44
Broadly Based Community Health Assessment (CHA) 24
Narrow Focused Assessment 20
Focus: Maternal or Child Health 13
Focus: Communicable Disease 10
Focus: Environmental Health 3
Focus: Chronic Disease Prevention 10
Focus: Health Disparities 5
LHJs Provide TB Screening services 32
TB Screening Clients (unduplicated) 6786 (32 out of 35)
Latent TB Treatment 21
Latent TB Treatment Clients (unduplicated) 966 (21 out of 35)
Latent TB Treatment Visits 5532 (21 out of 35)
LHJ Provides Child Immunizations 30
Child Immunization Doses administerd to patients by LHJ 78889 (30 out of 35)
Providers enrolled in the Washington State Immunization Information System 1076
Doses of Childhood Vaccine Ordered by LHJ offices only 74775
Doses of Childhood Vaccine Ordered by Providers (not including LHJ offices) 2.91346e+006
Vaccine For Children Site Visits 582
LHJs have an Alerting System for Health Care Providers 34
Utilized Alerting System for Health Care Providers 33
Updated Public Health Emergency Plan 35
LHJs Provide Early Intervention Services 14
Early Intervention Clients 711 (14 out of 35)
Early Intervention Visits 2729 (14 out of 35)
LHJs Provide Early Family Support Service 13
Early Family Support Service Clients 1337 (13 out of 35)
Early Family Support Service Visits 5390 (13 out of 35)
Initiative: Increased Access to Healthy Foods (HF) 24
HF: How addressed
HF: Attend trainings 23
HF: Develop policy proposals 13
HF: Engage stake-holders 20
HF: Implement change 7
HF: LHJ FTE 17.5 (24 out of 35)
Foodborne Illness Complaints Investigated 1828 (35 out of 35)
Lab confirmed food borne illness outbreak investigations that were reported to CDC 12
Cases Investigated as part of the Foodborne Outbreaks 423
Food product recalls and safety alerts issued 106
Mental or Behavioral Health Assessments 8
Focus: Injury Prevention 6
Focus: Health Care System Issues 5
Focus: Built Environment 5
Focus: Other Assessments 4
Other Focus Topic
Separate assessment program 18
Separate Assessment: LHJ FTE 33.45 (17 out of 35)
Active TB Clients (unduplicated) 235 (20 out of 35)
Active TB Treatment Visits 12713 (20 out of 35)
New TB cases investigated and reported in calender year 185
LHJs Provide Contact Investigation Services for Active TB Cases 18
Active TB Case Contacts 923 (18 out of 35)
Provide Treatment For Active TB Cases 20
Initiative: Reduce Food Insecurity (FI) 15
FI: How addressed
FI: Attend trainings 13
FI: Develop policy proposals 5
FI: Engage stake-holders 10
FI: Implement change 4
FI: LHJ FTE 82.93 (15 out of 35)
Initiative: Increase Breast Feeding (IBF) 25
IBF: How addressed
IBF: Attend trainings 24
IBF: Develop policy proposals 9
IBF: Engage stake-holders 13
IBF: Implement change 5
IBF: LHJ FTE 37.045 (25 out of 35)
Onsite Sewage System Permits Issued 4576 (35 out of 35)
Onsite Sewage System Repair Permits Issued 2061 (35 out of 35)
Begin To Fix Onsite Sewage System Failure Within 2 Weeks 1635 (35 out of 35)
Onsite Sewage System Failures Reported 1949 (35 out of 35)
LHJs Provide Oral Health 10
Oral Health Patients 20996 (8 out of 35)
Oral Health Visits 46631 (8 out of 35)
Ambulance and Aid Services 485
Trauma Records 29994
EMS Records N/A
Adults interviewed for BRFSS 12761
Hospital discharge inpatient records collected 462793
LHJs Provide STD Clinical Services 15
STD Clinical Services Patients (unduplicated) 11922 (15 out of 35)
STD Clinical Visits 18774 (15 out of 35)
LHJs Provides STD Partner Notification 26
STD Partner Notifications services - clients (unduplicated) 11311 (26 out of 35)
STD Contacts Followed 10158 (26 out of 35)
LHJs Provide Adult Vaccinations 33
Adult Vaccination Doses Administered to Patients by the LHJ 67674 (33 out of 35)
LHJs with a Public Response System 35
Utilized Public Response System 35
Secures: Medium and High Level Alerts (Both Test and Actual) 390
Secures: Proportion of times the LHJ confirmed receipt within timeframe 0.97 (35 out of 35)
LHJs with a Nurse Family Partnership Program 12
Nurse Family Partnership Families 1539 (12 out of 35)
Nurse Family Partnership Visits 13042 (12 out of 35)
Initiative: Access to Low Cost Rec Opportunities (ARO) 21
ARO: How addressed
ARO: Attend trainings 19
ARO: Develop policy proposals 9
ARO: Engage stake-holders 16
ARO: Implement change 6
ARO: LHJ FTE 7.14 (21 out of 35)
New STD cases reported to DOH for disease surveillance 30787
STD cases investigated for disease surveillance 9487
STD (Chlamydia and Gonorrhea only) tests analyzed by state lab (and other contracted DOH labs) 100809
Initiative: Increase Child Physical Activity (CPA) 21
CPA: How addressed
CPA: Attend trainings 17
CPA: Develop policy proposals 11
CPA: Engage stake-holders 15
CPA: Implement change 9
CPA: LHJ FTE 7.375 (21 out of 35)
Initiative: Active Community Environment (ACE) 19
ACE: How addressed
ACE: Attend trainings 18
ACE: Develop policy proposals 13
ACE: Engage stake-holders 16
ACE: Implement change 4
ACE: LHJ FTE 7.585 (19 out of 35)
Large drinking water system (Group A) surveys 986
Drinking water samples from public water systems submitted and evaluated for public health protection 153053
Drinking water health advisories issued 101
People who were affected by these drinking water health advisories 40857
LHJs Provide Behavioral Health 12
Behavioral Health Patients 8516 (9 out of 35)
Behavioral Health Visits 294331 (9 out of 35)
Health Care Credentials 354526
Lab Inspections 304
Complaint investigations about health care professionals 14582
Clinical Labs Regulated by DOH
Birth Certificates Issued 258586 (35 out of 35)
Death Certificates Issued 273442 (35 out of 35)
Birth Records Registered 87349
Death Records Registered 50090
Amendments made to Birth and Death Records by DOH 50455
Provide HIV/AIDS Counseling and Testing 26
HIV Counseling and Testing Clients 8866 (26 out of 35)
HIV Counseling and Testing Visits 10254 (26 out of 35)
Provide HIV/AIDS Treatment 0
HIV/AIDS Treatment Clients 0 (0 out of 35)
HIV/AIDS Treatment Visits 0 (0 out of 35)
Direct Administration of Flu Vaccine 31
Flu Vaccine Doses Adminstered to Patients by the LHJ 34369 (31 out of 35)
Doses of Flu Vaccine Ordered by Providers (not including LHJ offices) 586100
Fatal Lab Confirmed Influenza Cases 21
Flu vaccinations given by LHJs and providers to patients of all ages 1.09993e+006 (35 out of 35)
Times Activated ICS for Public Health 31 (35 out of 35)
Times Activated ICS for Other Purposes 34 (35 out of 35)
First Steps Maternity Support Patients (Unduplicated) 36612 (23 out of 35)
First Steps Maternity Support Visits 133874 (23 out of 35)
Infant Case Management Patients 13673 (23 out of 35)
Infant Case Management Visits 31962 (23 out of 35)
Initiative: Tobacco Free (TF) 27
TF: How addressed
TF: Attend trainings 21
TF: Develop policy proposals 15
TF: Engage stake-holders 22
TF: Implement change 12
Tobacco retailer compliance checks conducted by LHJ (0 out of 35)
TF: LHJ FTE 18.315 (27 out of 35)
Provide HIV/AIDS Case Management 10
HIV/AIDS Case Management Clients 812 (10 out of 35)
HIV/AIDS Case Management Visits 9417 (10 out of 35)
New HIV cases requiring investigating and case reporting 747
HIV tests / specimens processed by the state lab 2905
New AIDs progression cases investigated by LHJ 392
Water Recreational Facility Permits 4405 (35 out of 35)
Water Recreational Facility Inspections 8635 (35 out of 35)
LHJs Provide Family Planning 13
Family Planning Patients 16679 (13 out of 35)
Family Planning Visits 31441 (13 out of 35)
New chronic hepatitis B cases requiring LHJ investigation 1345
New chronic hepatitis C cases requiring LHJ investigation 6016
Twinrix Hepatitis A and B doses administered 1841
Hepatitis C tests performed using home access kits provided by DOH 210
LHJs Provide Travel Immunizations 15
Travel Vaccination Doses Administered by the LHJ 18422 (15 out of 35)
LHJs Provide (or through contracted providers) WIC services 10
Total clients provided WIC Services by LHJs (or through contracted providers) 136256
Children Under Age Five Provided WIC Services by LHJs (or through contracted providers) 97479
Pregnant, Breastfeeding and Postpartum Women Provided WIC Services by LHJ (or through contracted services) 38777
LHJ WIC Nutrtition Counseling/Education Sessions provided by all staff 166901
Initiative: Decrease Injury Rate (IR) 14
IR: How addressed
IR: Attend trainings 14
IR: Develop policy proposals 7
IR: Engage stake-holders 9
IR: Implement change 5
IR: LHJ FTE 5.895 (14 out of 35)
Value ($) of Food Checks Redeemed by Clients served by LHJs (or through contracted providers) 48940294.00
Value ($) of Fruit & Vegetable Checks Redeemed by Clients served by LHJs (or through contracted providers) 4.11982e+006
LHJ Referrals to WIC Families for Prevention or Other Social Services 576333
LHJ WIC Peer Counseling Individual Breastfeeding Sessions 29676
Solid Waste Facility Permits 506 (35 out of 35)
Solid Waste Facility Inspections 1879 (35 out of 35)
Solid Waste Complaints Followed Up 4702 (35 out of 35)
Other Clinical Health Services
In a Community Coalition to Improve Access 28
Role in Coalition
Direct client access to Health Care services program 6
Health Care Access Program Clients 343222 (6 out of 35)
Other Role in Coalition
LHJs Provide Needle Exchange 16
Number of Needles Exchanged 1.03323e+007 (16 out of 35)
Providers Registered With DOH to Order Vaccine 1156
Assessment Feedback Incentive Exchange Visits 222
Children With Special Health Care Needs 11629 (35 out of 35)
Other P&W: Broad P&W Project 26
Other P&W: Diabetes 4
Other P&W: Asthma 5
Other P&W: HIV/AIDS 13
Other P&W: STD 13
Other P&W: Oral Health 18
Other P&W: Violence 5
Other P&W: Substance Abuse 13
Other P&W: Mental Health 13
Other P&W: Land and Transport 10
Other P&W: All Other Topics 8
Other P&W: All Other Topics Text
Policies Enacted
Facilities using X-ray machines registered with DOH for safety and regulatory compliance 6164
X-ray facility routine inspections conducted to evaluate the safety of x-ray machines and the processes to prevent human over-exposure 1820
All Conditions Except STD,TB, Hep, HIV/AIDS, Measles, Salmoellosis, Pertussis, Mumps and West Nile 3017
Pertussis Cases 4935
Mumps Cases 2
Measles Cases 0
Salmonellosis Cases 848
Animal Rabies Tests 363
Human West Nile Virus Cases 4
Newborn infants referred by DOH for missed hearing screenings or follow-up with abnormal results 5378 (35 out of 35)
Samples collected and analyzed for safe shellfish consumption 3199
Families receiving genetic services by contracted clinics 4792
Pesticide illness incidents investigated, both agricultural and non-agricultural 197
Mosquito samples analyzed for West Nile virus 1460
Birds Tested for West Nile Virus 19
Environmental samples tested at the PHL for chemica