Statistics

Our Patient Intake Form ("PIF") system seamlessly integrates all information through mobile and desktop platforms in real time. PIF's are submitted on a monthly basis by each program partner for every child who is evaluated and treated using ALTSO's funds and/or products. PIF's include pertinent patient information, family income level, level of education, diagnosis, treatment provided, cost of services, follow-up procedures, etc.

 

2018

last updated: June 18, 2018

Gender (quantity)

 

New vs. Existing Patients (percentage)

 

Top 3 Age Groups Served (percentage)

Family Income Levels (percentage)

 

2017

In 2017,  we provided 1,080 children in 10 developing countries free orthopedic devices, treatment and rehabilitation.

 

GENDER (QUANTITY)

 

TOP 3 AGE GROUPS SERVED (PERCENTAGE)

CAUSE (PERCENTAGE)

 

FAMILY INCOME LEVELS (PERCENTAGE)

 

2016

In 2016,  we provided 1,345 children in 9 developing countries free orthopedic devices, treatment and rehabilitation.

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2015

In 2015, we provided 1,512 children in 9 developing countries free orthopedic devices, treatment and rehabilitation.

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2014

In 2014, we provided 1,950 children in 10 developing countries free orthopedic devices, treatment and rehabilitation.

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2013

In 2013, we provided 1,934 children in 10 developing countries free orthopedic devices, treatment and rehabilitation.

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2012

In 2012, we provided 1,470 children in 12 developing countries free orthopedic devices, treatment and rehabilitation.

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2011

In 2011, we provided 1,642 children in 14 developing countries free orthopedic devices, treatment and rehabilitation.

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