Program implementation. Pascale Wortley, MD, MPH January 22, 2010 Program Managers Meeting. H1N1 Response: overall structure. Deputy Incident Manager. Incident Manager. Chief of Staff. Chief Health Officer. Epi/surveillance Task Force. Vaccine Task Force. Medical
Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.
Pascale Wortley, MD, MPH
January 22, 2010
Program Managers Meeting
Chief Health Officer
Vaccine Task Force
Task ForceSenior Deputy for ScienceCynthia Whitney
Task Force Director
Task ForceChief of StaffDave Brownell
Vaccine Task Force DeputyTom Shimabukuro
Data Management TeamDavid Walker
Force Operations Analyst
Doses Administered TeamJeanne Tropper Warren Williams
Vaccine Coverage & Monitoring team
Jim Singleton Gary Euler
Vaccine Implementation TeamPascale Wortley
Vaccine DistributionTeamJeanne Santoli
Vaccine Communication& Education TeamKris Sheedy
VaccineSafety TeamClaudia VellozziFrank DeStefano
Vaccine EOC DeskDuane KilgusVicki Evans
Pro-Rata Allocation: 139,334,000
Advance Allocation: 5,691,500
Retail Allocation: 5,521,800
CA Depot: AZ, CA, CO, HI, NV, OR, UT, WA, Pacific Territories
OH Depot: IN, MI, MN, NE, NJ, NY, NYC, OH, PA, Philly, WI
GA Depot: AL, CT, DE, FL, GA, KY, ME, MD, MA, NH, NC, RI, SC, TN, VA
TN Depot: AK, AR, DC, ID, IL, Chicago, IA, KS, LA, MS, MO, MT, NM, ND, OK, PR, SD, TX, VT, VI, WV, WY, Federal Employees
Note: Among the general population, 43% of those who intend to get vaccinated for H1N1 have already done so.
H1N1 Influenza Vaccination Coverage by ACIP Target Groups, NHFS Dec 27, 2009-Jan 02, 2010
*Estimate may not be reliable, (CI half-width/estimate)≥0.6 or (CI half-width)≥10.
**Estimates with an unweighted denominator of <30 observations are not reported and are coded as NA.
Note: The proportion of people in non-initial target groups receiving H1N1 vaccine has increased as states have relaxed prioritization.
Note: In some weeks, black non-Hispanics appear to have somewhat lower coverage rates than other groups.
Cumulative H1N1 influenza vaccination coverageamong children aged 6 months-17 years, by statebased on combined estimates from the December 2009 BRFSS and NHFS interviews
Combined national estimate=27.6%
Significantly >30%: Indiana, Massachusetts, Connecticut, South Dakota, Maine, Rhode Island.
Significantly >20%: Washington, New York, Ohio, Virginia, Nebraska, Kansas, Iowa, Delaware, Hawaii, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Minnesota, Illinois, West Virginia, South Carolina, Vermont, Arkansas.
Significantly <20%: Texas.
Cumulative H1N1 influenza vaccination coverageamong persons 6 months and older, by statebased on combined estimates from the December 2009 BRFSS and NHFS interviews
National estimate: 13.6% (12.5-13.7)
Note: In December, more people reported receiving H1N1 vaccine in non-medical locations, particularly schools and worksites, than in October and November.
Totals do not equal 100% due to “don’t know”
Note: An uptick in billing for seasonal and H1N1 influenza vaccinations in physician offices occurred after the Thanksgiving holiday week, but decreased again during the Christmas holidays.
Note: Observed dips in billing for H1N1 vaccinations represent Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday weeks.