Dennis Johnson, Executive Vice President with the Children's Health Fund, talks with the CTPodcast about the organization's work on healthcare and advocacy for America's most vulnerable children. Mobility and transportation, according to Johnson, are key components in ensuring successful long-term health care outcomes for children in both urban and rural settings. Johnson cites some of his agency's research that found that more than 3 million children, in a single year, missed vital health care appointments due to a lack of transportation. "The connection between health and mobility is especially important in the context of health care reform," says Johnson.
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