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48. Targets for HPDP: typically diseases 49. Criteria to determine targets for HPDP programs : Criterion 1- disease has high prevalence in the population (Ex. Hepatitis, Cancer, HIV/AIDS); disease with lower priority (Ex. Aarskog syndrome, usher syndrome). Criterion 2A- the disease results in high rates of mortality (Ex. Diseases with increasing mortality (high priority) – lung cancer, Alzheimer’s disease) (Ex. Disease with decreasing premature mortality (low priority) – strep throat, arthritis) Criterion 2B- Disease results in high rates of premature mortality (early death) (Ex. Diseases with increasing premature mortality (high priority) – traumatic injuries, HIV/AIDS). Criterion 3- disease results in substantial socioeconomic consequences: -Results in financial burden to health care due to hospitalization or other care –Results in financial burden to legal system due to increased crime –Results in financial burden to welfare system due to poor occupational functioning (Ex. Disease with increasing socioeconomic consequences (high priority) leads to substance abuse and dependence, leads to arthritis, leads to cardio vascular disease. Criterion 4- disease is
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This note was uploaded on 10/23/2010 for the course HP 200 taught by Professor Roybal during the Fall '05 term at USC.

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