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National Vaccine Advisory Committee Report from the Chair. Gus Birkhead, MD, MPH NVAC Chair February 3, 2010. Report from the Chair - Overview. Approval of meeting minutes NVAC membership status report Review of current meeting agenda 2009 State of the National Vaccine Program Report.

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national vaccine advisory committee report from the chair

National Vaccine Advisory CommitteeReport from the Chair

Gus Birkhead, MD, MPH

NVAC Chair

February 3, 2010

report from the chair overview
Report from the Chair - Overview
  • Approval of meeting minutes
  • NVAC membership status report
  • Review of current meeting agenda
  • 2009 State of the National Vaccine Program Report
prior nvac meeting minutes
Prior NVAC Meeting Minutes
  • August 2009 tele-conference meeting
    • Minutes reviewed and certified by chair and posted to NVAC website
    • Approval vote by full committee
  • September 2009
    • Under review
  • November 2009
    • Under review
  • December 2009
    • Under review
  • January 2009
    • Under review
rand evaluation of nvac
RAND Evaluation of NVAC
  • Recommendations to NVAC
    • Proactively seek input regarding priority vaccine and immunization issues for HHS through regular meetings with the ASH
    • Craft recommendations that are more specific in terms of what actions are needed, who should take them, and over what time period
    • Think strategically about how to reach intended audiences
    • Monitor the status of recommendations on a regular basis
nvac meeting follow up
NVAC Meeting Follow-up
  • Matrix of identified action items from meetings back to September 2008
    • 56 action items tracked
      • 35 closed/fully completed
      • 17 open/in progress
        • 4 will be addressed this meeting
      • 4 need clarification
recent accomplishments
Recent Accomplishments
  • H1N1 influenza response
    • Reports and recommendations from H1N1 Vaccine Safety Risk Assessment Working Group
  • National Vaccine Plan review
    • Defining criteria for review and prioritization
    • NVAC input into review of priorities
  • Publication of Pediatrics supplement on vaccine finance
current agenda 1
Current Agenda (1)
  • National Vaccine Plan
  • Vaccine Safety
    • Vaccine Safety Working Group
    • H1N1 Vaccine Safety Risk Assessment Working Group
    • Update on recommendations to CDC ISO
current agenda 2
Current Agenda (2)
  • Vaccine Finance
    • Update on implementation of 2008 NVAC recommendations
    • Briefing on examination of first dollar coverage for vaccinations
  • Health care reform and vaccination
current agenda 3
Current Agenda (3)
  • Adult Immunization update
  • 2010 NVPO Communications Plan
  • Vaccine Stockpile
  • Influenza
    • Seasonal and H1N1 pandemic
state of the national vaccine program report
State of the National Vaccine Program Report
  • Follow-up to State of the National Vaccine Program Report, February 2009
    • Update on activities throughout the Program –NVPO and NVAC
    • Addressing recommendations made in February 2009 State of the Program Report
    • Identification of priority areas for the coming year
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State of the National Vaccine Program Report
  • 2009 has seen many brought many changes in the National Vaccine Program
    • New Federal administration and new ASH
      • New opportunities for coordination
    • H1N1 influenza pandemic
      • Activities can be seen as a microcosm of the larger vaccination system
      • Lessons learned can be applied broadly across the system
    • First revision of National Vaccine Plan since its creation in 1994
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State of the National Vaccine Program Report
  • Update on 2009 State of the Program Report recommendations
    • NVP should be given the resources and effective organizational authority within HHS to carry out its mission.
      • A new ASH appointed as part of the new Federal administration.
      • New NVPO staff
        • Deputy Director
        • Communications Director
        • Finance Director
        • Additional staff for safety and administration
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State of the National Vaccine Program Report
  • Update on 2009 State of the Program Report recommendations
    • The National Vaccine Plan should specifically address how the NVPO will improve its effectiveness
      • Awaiting the final version of the National Vaccine Plan
    • The NVP should be evaluated regularly and its effectiveness reviewed as part of each revision of the National Vaccine Plan
      • Reviewing National Vaccine Plan to see if such mechanisms are in place
    • The NVPO should improve the effectiveness of NVAC based on recommendations from the NVAC evaluation report.
      • This is an ongoing process
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State of the National Vaccine Program Report
  • Priorities for the NVP in 2010
    • In addition to regular NVAC and NVPO business and ongoing NVAC working groups, three areas have been identified as priorities for the Program
      • Complete work on the National Vaccine Plan
      • Conduct/participate in a review of the 2009 H1N1 response
      • Review the RAND report on the effectiveness of NVAC and revise NVAC procedures accordingly
title xxi public health service act sec 2102 national vaccine program responsibilities
Title XXI Public Health Service ActSec. 2102: National Vaccine Program Responsibilities:
  • Vaccine Research
  • Vaccine Development
  • Safety and efficacy testing of vaccines
  • Licensing of vaccine manufacturers and vaccines
  • Production and procurement of vaccines
  • Distribution and use of vaccines
  • Evaluating the need for, the effectiveness, and adverse effects of vaccines and immunization activities
  • Coordinating governmental and non-governmental activities
  • Funding of federal agencies
nvac future meeting dates
NVAC: Future meeting dates
  • In-person
    • June 2-3
    • September 14-15
  • Tele-conference
    • As needed for H1N1 response, National Vaccine Plan or other issues
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