Standardized Number of Well-Child Visits by Children Between 6 Weeks and 13 Months of Age According to Number of Sick Visits With Immunizations Given

Adjusted No. of Well-Child Visits (95% CI)
No sick visits with immunizations given3.8 (3.7–3.9)
1 sick visit with immunizations given3.3 (3.2–3.4)
>1 sick visit with immunizations given2.8 (2.4–3.0)
  • Marginal standardization was based on Poisson regression adjusted for gender, race, insurance type, encounters with on-site social worker in previous year, appointment no-shows in previous year, and visit site. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends 5 well-child visits between 6 weeks and 13 months of age.