Setting the course: a strategic vision for immunization. by Institute of Medicine (U.S.). Committee on the Immunization

By Institute of Medicine (U.S.). Committee on the Immunization Finance Dissemination, Institute of Medicine (U.S.). Division of Health Care Services

Show description

Read or Download Setting the course: a strategic vision for immunization. Part 4: Summary of the Washington, D.C. Workshop, Parts 3-4 PDF

Best nonfiction_4 books

Natural Hazards and Human-Exacerbated Disasters in Latin America

The most goal of the publication is to supply a imaginative and prescient of the dynamics of the most mess ups in South the United States, describing their mechanisms and outcomes on South American societies. The chapters are written by way of chosen experts of every kingdom. Human-induced failures also are integrated, similar to desertification in Patagonia and soil erosion in Brazil.

Cliffs notes on Dickens' Oliver Twist

The unique CliffsNotes examine courses provide professional observation on significant subject matters, plots, characters, literary units, and ancient history. the newest new release of titles within the sequence additionally function glossaries and visible components that supplement the vintage, favourite structure. In CliffsNotes on Oliver Twist, you’ll meet an expensive, thankful, mild orphan who, “instead of owning too little feeling, possessed particularly an excessive amount of.

Additional info for Setting the course: a strategic vision for immunization. Part 4: Summary of the Washington, D.C. Workshop, Parts 3-4

Example text

A critical finding of the case study reports is the transformation that occurred within state and local immunization programs during the 1990s. Fairbrother and colleagues (2000) observe that the shifting role of the public health clinics was one of the few generalizations that could be drawn from their study of nine different jurisdictions. This transformation in the immunization system includes several key components: • Public-sector clinics are now delivering a decreasing share of immunizations.

2000. Federal immunization policy and funding: A history of responding to crises. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 19(3S):99-112. Kenyon, TA, MA Martuck, and G Stroh. 1998. Persistent low immunization coverage among inner-city preschool children despite access to free vaccine. Pediatrics 101(4 Pt 1):612– 616. O’Bannon, JE, JP Mullooly, and MA McCabe. 1978. Determinants of lengths of outpatient visits in a prepaid group practice setting. Medical Care 16:226–244. Shaheen, MA, RR Frerichs, N Alexopoulos, and JJ Rainey.

The flowsheets also appear to increase influenza immunization rates within the diabetic population (32 percent of diabetics with flowsheets in the BCBSIL HEDIS Comprehensive Diabetes Care sample for 2000 who had a diabetes flowsheet in the medical record had received an influenza vaccination, compared to 17 percent who did not have a flowsheet). Improving childhood vaccination rates is a more difficult challenge because of the complexity of the childhood immunization schedule and the uncertainties among both providers and parents as to whether children are up to date at specified times.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.61 of 5 – based on 38 votes