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Adult Immunization 2010 Adult Immunization Strategies Segment. This material is in the public domain This information is valid as of May 25, 2010. Influenza Vaccination Coverage for Adults, 2008. 18- 49 years of age 30% with high risk conditions 50-64 years of age 34%

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Adult Immunization 2010

Adult Immunization Strategies Segment

This material is in the public domain

This information is valid as of May 25, 2010

influenza vaccination coverage for adults 2008
Influenza Vaccination Coverage for Adults, 2008
  • 18- 49 years of age 30%with high risk conditions
  • 50-64 years of age 34%
  • HP 2010 goal 60%
pneumococcal vaccination coverage for adults 2008
Pneumococcal Vaccination Coverage for Adults, 2008
  • 18- 49 years of age 15% with high riskconditions
  • 50-64 years of age 31%
  • HP 2010 goal 60%
vaccination coverage for adults 65 years and older
Vaccination Coverage for Adults 65 Years and Older
  • Influenza vaccine 67%
  • Pneumococcal vaccine 61%
  • HP 2010 goal 90%
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One of the most importantreasons adults identify for not receiving a vaccine is the lack ofa provider recommendation for the vaccine.
interventions to improve adult vaccination coverage
Interventions to ImproveAdult Vaccination Coverage
  • Client reminder and recall systems
  • Provider reminder and recall systems
    • computer notification
    • flow sheet or checklist
    • flagging medical record with sticker or stamp
  • Assessment and feedback for providers
interventions to improve adult vaccination coverage7
Interventions to ImproveAdult Vaccination Coverage
  • Standing orders
    • allow nonphysician personnel to prescribe or deliver vaccines using a protocol
  • Reducing out-of-pocket costs for patients
  • Expanding access
    • increasing or changing hours when immunization services are offered
    • “express lane” for immunizations
interventions to improve adult vaccination coverage8
Interventions to ImproveAdult Vaccination Coverage
  • Screen for vaccine indications
  • Recommend the vaccines
  • Make the vaccines available in the office
  • Patient reminder and recall
  • Standing order system
national center for immunization and respiratory diseases contact information
National Center for Immunization and Respiratory DiseasesContact Information
  • Telephone (800) CDC-INFO
  • Email nipinfo@cdc.gov
  • Website http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/
  • Broadcast Updates and Resources

Web Page

http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/ed/webcasts.htm