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2005 AHIP Immunization Assessment Summary National Vaccine Advisory Committee November 29-30, 2005 Steve Black, MD, AHIP Liaison to NVAC Bob Rehm, Director of Public Health Strategies, AHIP Demographics and Methods 2005 Immunization Assessment Survey Focus Areas Vaccine Benefit Design

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2005 ahip immunization assessment summary

2005 AHIP Immunization Assessment Summary

National Vaccine Advisory Committee

November 29-30, 2005

Steve Black, MD, AHIP Liaison to NVAC

Bob Rehm, Director of Public Health Strategies, AHIP

2005 immunization assessment survey focus areas
2005 Immunization Assessment Survey Focus Areas
  • Vaccine Benefit Design
  • Reimbursement: Vaccine and Vaccine Administration
  • Pediatric, Adolescent and Adult Benefit Design
  • Immunization Registries
  • Immunization Improvement Programs
  • HEDIS Reporting
  • Vaccine Shortages
benefit design
Benefit Design

* Not recommended by ACIP for adolescents at the time of the assessment