Ensuring that appropriate attention to and resources for lead poisoning prevention are targeted to the populations, neighborhoods, and housing units at highest risk for lead exposure is an important element of primary prevention. Analyzing risk factors through the combined use of various types of data (i.e. surveillance, demographic, and housing data) can help to identify populations and areas of high-risk and allow communities to utilize limited resources effectively.
Capitalize on Home Nursing Visits to Target Prevention Services
Connect Medicaid Data and Statewide Surveillance Databases
Consolidate and Analyze Data to Highlight Lead Poisoning "Hot Spots"
Extend Home Assessments and Interventions for Families Served by Medicaid
Perform Building-Wide Hazard Assessments in Multi-Unit Buildings Following Identification of Lead Hazards in One Troubled Unit
Screen Homes During Code Inspection