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Immunizations Network

Network Overview

Despite the availability of effective vaccines to help prevent influenza, pneumonia and herpes zoster (a.k.a. shingles), immunization rates for adults remain significantly low, falling well below the Healthy People 2020 targets.1

To help improve immunization rates for Medicare beneficiaries, the Immunizations Network is convening an online community of traditional health care providers, partners and community stakeholders from Arkansas, Missouri, Puerto Rico and Texas to identify and implement solutions to increase education and awareness of these vaccine-preventable diseases, and increase the immunization rates for these diseases across our region.

Join the Immunizations Network

By joining this network, you and/or your organization will receive access to free resources and training to help increase awareness of vaccine-preventable diseases and methods to increase the immunization rates within the Medicare beneficiary population in your community.

Download this fact sheet (PDF) to learn more about how you or your organization will benefit from joining the Immunizations Network. All health care providers, practitioners, home health agencies, stakeholders and partners are encouraged to join our network. To do so, click on the “Create an Account” link in the upper right corner of this page and following the prompts.

1. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, Feb. 7, 2014/63(05);95-102.

Immunization Schedules.

Adolescent and Adult Vaccine Quiz.

Partnering Organizations

Texas Association for Homecare & Hospice

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Number of new immunization network members
Data as of Jan. 9, 2017.
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Growth of HHA participation in Immunization network
Data as of Jan. 9, 2017.
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April 11 Webinar

OASIS-C2 Updates and Changes

Join this TMF Quality Innovation Network webinar with speaker Rhonda Crawford, BSN, RN, CHCE, from Foundation Management Services Inc. Learn about updates and changes to Outcome and Assessment Information Set (OASIS)-C2 items, including significant changes in guidance regarding pressure ulcers and surgical wounds. This webinar will take place Tuesday, April 11, from noon to 1 p.m. CT. Register today.

April 11 - 13 Event

AIRA 2017 IIS National Meeting

The American Immunization Registry Association is holding its 2017 National Meeting in Chicago, Illinois, April 11-13. The purpose of this meeting is to support and promote the development, implementation and interoperability of the Immunization Information Systems (IIS). For more information and to register, click here.

May 11 - 12 Summit

2017 Texas Primary Care and Health Home Summit

The 2017 Texas Primary Care and Health Home Summit will focus on expanding access to quality and person-centered primary care. Attendees will learn best practices for innovation in primary care and will have multiple opportunities to interact with program experts at various stages of implementation. The event will be May 11 - 12, at the Sheraton Gunter Hotel in San Antonio. Learn more and register today.

Web-based Training

Immunization: You Call the Shots

CDC Train is offering a web-based training on influenza and its vaccines. This self-study course provides basic, step-by-step immunization information for providers new to the immunization field. Continuing education credits may be available for completing this training by Sept. 2, 2017. Access the training module today.

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