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Objective: To prospectively evaluate the impact of parental satisfaction on childhood immunization and the mediating role of age-appropriate well-child care. Design: Secondary analyses of cohort data from the National Evaluation of Healthy Steps for Young Children. Data sources included an enrollment questionnaire, parent interview at 2 to 4 months, and medical records. Setting: Twenty-four pediatric practices across the United States. Participants: A total of 4896 (85%) of the initial 5565doi:10.1001/archpedi.161.1.50 pmid:17199067 fatcat:eaacowxlvfhpbhvrednawvgidm