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    Case Study: Supporting Mobile Health Clinics

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    Analyze the case study, and develop the conclusions, recommendations, and implications.

    Consider the implementation challenges in the case and the technologies used to meet them, along with the final questions posed at the end of the case.

    Summarize your findings in a two page paper using proper APA formatting.

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    The response addresses the queries posted in 812 words with references.
    //This paper will discuss New York Childrenâ??s Health Project which is a New York based health care organization committed to the health care of children who do not have access over basic necessities. It was started in 1987 and now has units working in different parts of the United States. Its mobile health care concept has been successful in the country.//
    Conclusion from the case

    The New York Childrenâ??s Health Project or NYCHP, which was launched in 1987, was a dream project of Dr. Irwin Redlener who took this initiative to cater the healthcare services to the needy children. While working in pediatrics in Denver childrenâ??s hospital, he thought to start some initiative of this kind when he came to know about VISTA or Volunteers in Services to America. From there, he started giving his services in different locations. Then he started his initiative of CHF focusing on pediatric care for childrenâ??s health

    The CHF is an ambitious initiative brought with a mission to help the underprivileged and homeless children. The foundation has done a lot to build a strong financial support for all its programs. They have managed to get four sources to generate funds: private individuals corporate, aid by Congress and government health insurance programs. The programs and camps organized by the ...

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    The response addresses the queries posted in 812 words with references.