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Radius for Clients to Travel to See a Pediatric Neurologist

Dhondt Ortibus

Access to specialized healthcare, especially for children with neurological conditions, is a critical concern in healthcare systems worldwide. This abstract explores the concept of a travel radius, which represents the maximum distance families are willing to travel to see a pediatric neurologist. Understanding and optimizing this radius is crucial for improving healthcare accessibility, reducing disparities, and enhancing the well-being of pediatric patients and their families. The availability of pediatric neurologists varies significantly across regions, often leaving families facing long journeys to access specialized care. The travel radius concept acknowledges that the distance families are willing to travel is influenced by various factors, including the severity of the child’s condition, available transportation, financial resources, and emotional considerations. This exploration involves the collection and analysis of data from pediatric neurology clinics, healthcare institutions, and families of patients. Through surveys, interviews, and geographic analysis, the study aims to determine the average travel radius, factors affecting it, and its impact on healthcare utilization and patient outcomes. Optimizing the travel radius for pediatric neurology care has far-reaching implications. It can inform healthcare resource allocation, guide the establishment of satellite clinics, and promote telemedicine solutions. Moreover, understanding the travel radius can help healthcare providers offer more patient-centered care, reduce financial burdens on families, and enhance the overall healthcare experience. In conclusion, the concept of a travel radius for accessing pediatric neurology care underscores the importance of healthcare accessibility for vulnerable pediatric populations. By studying and optimizing this radius, we have the potential to create a more equitable healthcare system that ensures all children, regardless of their geographical location, have access to the specialized care they need to thrive.